Retired IBM GM Anne Altman to Join TechFlow Board
San Diego, CA – October 5, 2016—Anne Altman, IBM's long-time public sector leader, will join the independent board of directors for TechFlow, a leading IT services contractor for the U.S. government.
“Anne Altman is one of the most impressive leaders you will ever meet,” said Robert Baum, TechFlow President and CEO.“Her depth of experience is amazing. Anne’s experience in dealing with complex, integrated and high value solutions will guide us as we expand into new markets and scale TechFlow. We are lucky to have her onboard.”
Altman retired earlier this year from her role as general manager of IBM’s U.S. Federal Government and Industries division.
Altman was responsible for strategy, direction, development of solutions, sales and delivery for IBM’s multi-billion-dollar business with federal government clients in the U.S.
Prior to that role, she oversaw global programs for government, healthcare, life sciences and education.
Altman was hired by IBM in 1981 as a systems engineer and spent 35 years with the company. She is a recipient of the prestigious Eagle Award, one of the highest honors issued to technology partners serving the federal market.
Altman serves on the board and is the treasurer of the National Symphony Orchestra. She is also active with the innovation community as a board member of Northern Virginia Technology Council.
TechFlow helps government and commercial organizations capitalize on enterprise technology investments by creating innovative, open and Agile solutions for infrastructure operations and management services.
TechFlow brings key business acumen, industry best practices, proven program management techniques, Agile development experience, technology know-how and relevant industry standards together to drive the overall process of business and mission execution.