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Eric Rubino brings over 30 years of experience in the information technology industry and a wealth of leadership and entrepreneurial expertise to the Energage senior leadership team. Prior to Energage, he was the CEO of Ohana Companies, a firm that is revolutionizing rebate programs, loyalty programs, and the promotional marketing industry with innovative technology and processes.
Eric was the Chief Operating Officer at InfoLogix, a leading mobile technology provider in the healthcare and commercial markets. He and his executive team successfully lead the company to achieve its growth strategy. He was also COO of Neoware, Inc., a $100 million thin client computing company, where he was responsible for all aspects of its business, from operations and information technology to human resources, customer service, engineering, and administration.
Eric held multiple management and leadership positions over 12 years at SAP, culminating as their Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He played an integral part in building the infrastructure, management team, and support services for the entire SAP Americas region. During his tenure, SAP Americas grew from approximately $5 million to more than $3 billion in total revenues.
Eric holds a JD from Widener University School of Law, an MBA from Saint Joseph’s University Haub School of Business, and a BS from Rider University.
He sat on the Board of Directors of MCA Solutions, a Philadelphia-based vendor for service optimization for more than eight years. He was also the Chair of the Board at the Academy of Notre dame de Namur, a girls’ Catholic, independent college preparatory school located outside of Philadelphia.
Eric is currently is on the Advisory Board of Contour Data Solutions, the Board of Directors of Katabat Corporation, and BrainWorks Corporation. Prior Board experience includes SAP Markets (1998-2002), World Affairs Council of Philadelphia (2001-2008), Novoforum (2001-2005), Firepond, Inc. (2002-2005), and The German America Chamber of Commerce (1998-2002).