Bryan Dennstedt is an accomplished CIO/CTO and has focused his efforts with TechCXO as a hands-on Interim CTO and Fractional CIO with numerous clients. His experience as a Part-Time CTO and CIO includes managing all information technology operations, from fractional CTO product development to Interim CIO large-scale technology migrations. Bryan works to ensure that his clients’ high-level Information Technology roadmaps are well defined. He then digs into the details to ensure the established metrics, accountability, and results are being delivered by the team he leads. Once a client is up and running with his methodologies, the Fractional CIO capacity can be leveraged in an ongoing model, and it can be ramped up to Part-Time CIO as needed throughout a project.
Bryan’s experience as a technology executive, include:
Fractional CIO of a healthcare patient engagement platform, Part-Time CTO at a telemedicine therapy offering. Fractional CIO for a medical device company during security audits and FDA approvals.
CTO/CIO of iPic Entertainment, the nation’s fastest-growing luxury theater circuit, and dining destination. With more than 1M brand-loyal members and 4M guests annually, Bryan directs teams in the management and continuous improvement of technology for iPic theaters, encompassing mobile applications, websites, intranet, projectors, and infrastructure.
CTO/CIO of MDLIVE, a premier telehealth provider, connecting people to board-certified providers every day of the year. Grew team from 7 to 50 members, and established a highly available 99.99% uptime production environment. Provided critical leadership in the launch of the first version of the MDLIVE patient mobile application.
Fractional CTO of ProMed Clinical Systems, the largest provider of comprehensive Emergency Department Services, currently serving more than 200 hospitals across the U.S. ProMed automates important functions to ensure cost-effective, high-quality patient care. Directed the migration of entire platform from client-server architecture to SaaS model in the cloud.
CTO/CIO of City Power Marketing, a private energy trading company, buying and selling wholesale electricity from independent systems operators (ISOs). Designed flagship product suite, a web-based platform which grew to encompass all trading tools, including bid submissions, business intelligence, and financial dashboards used daily by trading team.
“Bryan Dennestadt has been instrumental in the success and development of our product & company. Bryan has provided help with strategic planning, product development & implementation, marketing assistance, and connected us with others in the industry as needed. We would not be where we are today without Bryan. Choosing TechCXO and especially Bryan was one of the best decisions we have made this far!”
Candace Curtin, PressureDX
He received his BS in Information Technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Please reach out to Bryan for all your Interim CTO and Fractional CIO needs.