Michael Gregoire is the former Chief Executive Officer of CA Technologies, a $4.5 billion global software company that merged with Broadcom in 2018. Under his direction, CA accelerated its software leadership with innovative offerings, a renewed brand, and strengthened market presence. He brought fiscal discipline to CA operations; invested in developing, retaining, and hiring talent; and built a winning team focused on the success of CA customers in today’s rapidly changing technology landscape. Prior to CA, he took California-based Taleo from its pre-IPO startup phase in 2005 to its sale to Oracle Corp for nearly $2 billion in 2012. Before Taleo, Mike spent five years at PeopleSoft as Executive Vice President of its Global Services Group, with responsibility for consulting, education, hosting, and maintenance worldwide. Mike started his career as an architect and technical project leader at EDS, and rose to run a number of its operations and businesses, including its Global Financial Markets Group. Mike is widely recognized as a strategic thinker in the information technology industry. He is a member of the World Economic Forum’s IT Governors Steering Committee, the Business Roundtable’s Information and Technology Committee, and the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council. He also serves on the Executive Council of TechNet, an organization of CEOs that represents the technology industry in policy issues critical to American innovation and economic competitiveness. In addition, he sits on the Board of Directors of ADP, one of the world’s largest providers of human resources business processing and cloud-based solutions. Mike is on the Board of NPower, a nonprofit that enlists and trains low-income young adults and veterans to become IT professionals. An avid cyclist, he also manages to compete in several races a year, many of which are fundraisers. Mike earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics and Computing from Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada, and a Master of Business Administration degree from California Coast University.
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