John Biglin, Founder & CEO of Interphase Systems, leads the company with over 25 years of experience in the technology industry, providing high-quality technology advisory services to Fortune 500 companies worldwide.

At Interphase Systems, John is responsible for developing and leading the company’s business strategy, operations and delivery. He also provides C-level advisory services for corporate boards and senior executives. He plays an integral role in IT strategic planning, IT governance planning, IT finance optimization, acquisition due diligence and acquisition integration for the company’s clients.

During his time at Interphase Systems, John also co-founded Dynamic Technologies, Inc. (DTI) in 1996 with his wife Denise Biglin. DTI provided outsourced technology services to the pharmaceutical and financial services industries in areas of data center hosting, IT operations and support and custom application development services. DTI was sold to an Application Services Provider (ASP) in 2000.

John began his career in information technology and worked as a software engineer, network engineer, and systems analyst. Prior to DTI, John was as a senior consultant with the IBM Corporation, working with many of the world’s largest companies in the healthcare, financial services, chemical and entertainment industries.

John serves on the Board of Directors of several mid-stage firms and is part of a network of Angel and Venture Capital investors. He also has been an adjunct professor at Gwynedd Mercy College, teaching classes in Business Planning and Technology. In 2014 John was recognized as an Amazon Best Selling Author when he co-authored “The Business Owners Guide to IT and all things Digital”, which reached #1 bestseller status in six different Amazon categories and reached #9 in Amazon’s global overall book ranking. His next book, “Under Attack!”, also quickly became an Amazon Best Seller.

John holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Science from Rutgers University and an MBA from Penn State University.

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