Tom Rosamilia is Senior Vice President of IBM Systems & Technology Group and IBM Integrated Supply Chain. He has global responsibility for all aspects of IBM’s semiconductor, servers, storage, and the system software businesses; all of IBM’s supply chain; and the company’s Global Business Partners organization.
Prior to this role, Mr. Rosamilia was Vice President of Corporate Strategy and General Manager of Enterprise Initiatives. In this role, he was responsible for IBM’s strategic direction as well as developing IBM’s path forward in the new era of computing.
Mr. Rosamilia joined IBM in 1983 as a software developer for the MVS operating system. He held a variety of programming and management positions in software development in the S/390 organization and became Vice President of S/390 Software Development in 1998. Following a number of leadership roles in IBM Software Group (Vice President of WebSphere, Vice President of Development for Data Management, and General Manager of IBM’s Silicon Valley Laboratory), Mr. Rosamilia became General Manager of IBM’s WebSphere software division.
In 2009, Mr. Rosamilia joined IBM Systems & Technology Group as General Manager of System z and, soon after, Power Systems as well. In this role, he was responsible for all facets of both businesses, including strategy, marketing, sales, operations, technology development and overall financial performance.
Mr. Rosamilia received his bachelor's degree from Cornell University, with majors in computer science and economics. In 2004, he completed the IBM Strategic Leadership Forum at Harvard Business School. Mr. Rosamilia has also served on the boards of the United Way of Dutchess County, the United Way of Silicon Valley, the Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group and the California Manufacturing and Technology Association.