Adam Scheinberg

Technology Executive

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I have spent the last several years growing an IT organization from a 2-person shop running nearly 300 users to a staff of nearly 20 supporting 1300+ users across a team of over 2000.

About Me

  • Experienced leader, overseeing multiple teams with diverse functions.
  • Chief technology strategist for a $200+ million company.
  • Named one of Orlando’s “Forty Under 40” to watch in 2011 by The Orlando Sentinel.
  • Professional certifications include Project Management Professional (PMP) and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).
  • Oversaw the system integration of multiple $10+ million acquisitions.
  • Appointed to Board of Directors of multiple nonprofit organizations.
  • Serves on the board of the Orlando Chamber of Commerce with other local leaders
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Designed a next-generation topology for a growing company that includes off-site data mirroring, live application failover, and a fully redundant virtualized environment.
  • Leadership Orlando, Class 93


Massey Services, Inc.

Vice President, Information Technology
Senior Director, Technology & Information Systems
Director of Technology
Systems Manager

As the Vice President, Information Technology at Massey Services, I am responsible for all technology strategy at Massey Services, Inc. I oversee the technology and business intelligence teams. My team maintains a wide-area network of 100 locations using Active Directory, Exchange, and a Citrix XenApp farm atop a multi-OS environment. As Vice President, I supervise department managers and lead the network and database administration teams, a complete staff of 15. In 2013, I developed a formal project management program for Massey Services, including the design of a series of documents now used organization-wide for project management. These documents include templates for a project charter, scope statement, quality management, work breakdown structures, change management, an RFP, and more. In the both 2014 and 2015, I successfully launched over a million dollars worth of cap-ex initiatives using project management methodology. In 2016, I successfully led a project to relocate our production data center from our Corporate server room to a Tier III data center. The project was completed over a single weekend with no downtime outside of our planned maintenance window.

As the lead technology advocate for our organization, I have proven experience with technology strategy, a history of successful complex solutions implementations, and a record of long-term vision. In 2010, we were tasked with the largest acquisition and system merger in our history when we purchased a $50+ million competitor. We rebuilt our network core to accommodate significant growth as we moved from a local server/disk based system to a fully mirrored SAN-based system. Since then, we’ve transitioned to flash storage, a 10 gigabit Ethernet backbone, blade servers, large-scale WAN compression, and BGP load-balanced redundant private cloud connections.

During my tenure, I wrote and maintained the entire company intranet, which runs on Linux and the LAMP stack. Several core company applications are online, all of which I wrote and ultimately transitioned to my team for support. Our applications include a company wide lead log, the current sales CRM system-of-record in use by hundreds of concurrent users, which transformed sales management at Massey. Using a number of prediction algorithms, we moved to a forward-looking sales management style, which has resulted in much better identification of both success and opportunity for improvement and ultimately raised our sales standards measurably. I also play a role in evaluating all key software programs, all technology initiatives, and all architectural decisions. In July 2008, we moved our corporate office from one building to another. In conjunction with the move, I designed and executed a plan to convert our WAN from a class C core IP scheme to a more secure VLAN-based class B scheme, changing every major device on the entire network. The move was orchestrated entirely by our IT staff, completed in just two days, and saw no major migration woes.

I've also spearheaded the move to a paperless workplace. I aggressively pushed the rollout of handheld devices for digital capture of service data, the introduction of automatic recurring payments, an option for receiving statements via email, and I single- handedly wireframed and created the workflow for our iPhone and Android apps using an API I designed and implemented myself. In 2010, I negotiated a high six-figure Enterprise Agreement with Microsoft that was renewed in 2013 with an aggressive discount. In 2012, I introduced an executive dashboard now used for daily management overview at all levels of our organization.

The directorial duties for which I am responsible include IT analyses, budgets, purchasing, and asset management, as well as personnel management and IT strategy. Large projects such as the establishment of an online customer portal, improved technology usage in field offices, large-scale software migrations, and data integrity and redundancy are among my successes.

US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA HQ)

Team Lead, Network Engineering Team
Call Center Supervisor
Tier 1 Technician

I began working as a contractor for the U.S. Naval System Systems Command (NAVSEA) in late 1999 as a Tier I support desk representative. Within a short period, I was promoted to Team Leader. During this period, I supported over 7,000 users in a mixed environment using Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Novell Netware, and Mac OS. About 6 months later, I was promoted to Call Center Supervisor and worked directly under the government sponsor for the three-tiered help desk. I was asked to work with the Deputy Chief Information Officer to redesign the IT Support Structure for the “SEA 00I” directorate of NAVSEA Headquarters. I oversaw three team leaders and 17 technicians from eight different contracting companies. I was charged with composing performance reviews chronicling technician conduct, achievement, and progression.

My technical skills were built significantly during this period. I maintained a Netware 5.1 tree with over 6,000 users and worked with Remedy software to track statistics. I built and administered over 100 servers using 5 different Operating Systems. When the Navy lease expired in 2000, my team participated in enterprise office relocation from Crystal City, VA to Washington Navy Yard. While we remained in Crystal City, we were tasked with providing all facets of support, from training to desktop support to server support.

In 2002, with the looming Navy/Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) contract approaching, I interfaced with government points of contact to assist with transition. During this time, I was promoted to Team Leader of the Network Engineering Team, and spearheaded the transition from NetWare 5.1 to the required Windows 2000 platform.

During my time at NAVSEA, I was asked to serve on the NAVSEA Policies & Procedures Team to document and update all IT policies, the Virus Reaction Team, which responded to hostile worms in crisis situations, and I received two commendation letters from Naval Captains.


James Madison University

August 1994 - May 1998

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Minor: English)

Certifications & Achievements

Project Management Professional - PMP ®

Leadership Orlando, Class 93

CompTIA Network+ Certified Professional

Microsoft Certified Professional

“Secret” level U.S. Government Security Clearance, June 1997 (lapsed in 2005)


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