Alexandra R. Putman


Alexandra R. Putman is the co-founder, President and CEO of Integrated Enterprise Solutions, Inc. (IES). Founded in 1998, IES delivers Information Technology services both regionally and internationally. IES works with customers to determine their needs and goals, then presents an IT strategy for growth. As a full-service IT provider, IES specializes in virtual server and desktop solutions, offsite business continuity, remote connectivity, network design, security, and wiring. IES provides consulting and integration services for integration projects in the Semi-Conductor industry, Product Life Cycle Management and the Consumer Packaged Goods and Manufacturing sectors. IES works with their clients as an IT partner.

Alexandra has extensive industry experience managing computer development and integration projects, including multi-million dollar projects with a disparate 15 company team. Her technical expertise covers software development, database application development, and design architecture. Alexandra’s ability to view the ‘big picture’ and listen to a customer’s needs allow her to define a strategic plan and implement projects. Her organizational strengths and attention to detail guarantee a success.

Alexandra was raised overseas, spending 18 years in the Caribbean, East and West Africa. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in both Computer Science and Mathematics from Smith College, Northampton, MA. She is a Certified eMatrix Collaboration Developer, SuperOffice CRM professional services provider, Axcient and VMWare Partner, and holds certificates of completion for numerous technical courses through IBM. She attended secondary school in Switzerland and Greece.

During her 14 years working with IBM in Poughkeepsie, NY, Alexandra always focused on leading edge technologies and worked to implement effective solutions. WEB enabled supply chain management projects gave Alexandra experience working with DARPA and consortium based projects. In 1996 she received the Internet Project of the Year award for the National Industrial Information Infrastructure Protocols (NIIIP) project she was managing. She received numerous Technical Achievement awards during her career at IBM.

She settled in the Hudson Valley and has 2 daughters. Alexandra is a member of the Board of Directors for the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce (DRCOC) and the Mid Hudson Valley World Affairs Council, the chair of the Women’s Leadership Alliance Mentor Committee and participates in various other community activities. She has been inducted to the National Association of Professional and Executive Women and is a 2009 Athena Honoree.

Alexandra is dedicated to establishing relationships with her clients to understand their needs and provide cutting edge business solutions made personal.

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