Company: InfoLogix, Inc.
Location: Anandale, Virginia, United States
Douglas Samuelson, president at InfoLogix, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in information technology.
Within the rapidly evolving field of technology, Mr. Samuelson is equipped to provide comprehensive and fulfilling IT solutions to give each client a technological edge over their competition. He has fashioned Infologix Technologies Inc. into a customer-centric organization has positioned itself as a key player and a thought leader in several domains in the field of emerging technology. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California Berkeley in 1969 and a Master of Science and a Doctor of Sciences from The George Washington University in 1981 and 1990 respectively. Throughout his career, he has held many positions, including his roles as an analyst and the vice president of Micro-Zeit International Telesystems Corp., a principal scientist at Puma Systems, Inc., a principal decision scientist at Serco and Great Circle Technologies and a senior operations research analyst at Group W. Over the course of his career, he is gratified to have contributed to the decision to adopt the land mines treaty, predictive dialing for call centers and the decisions of the legal case of U.S. vs Exxon.
While working as an operations research analyst for the U.S. Government in 1980, Mr. Samuelson contributed to a piece of analysis that may have prevented a major war between Iraq and Iran. Though it was unclear at the time from where the western democracies would receive their oil, he determined that there was an eight month supply available to distribute, and perhaps more if the U.S. persuaded Saudi Arabia to make its reserves available. His findings were eventually presented to the National Security Council, which directly prevented U.S. intervention. Additionally, he is proud to have developed patents for systems tasked with regulating arrivals of customers to servers. For his contributions to the field, he is proud to have been the recipient of the SAS Silver Circle Achievement Award in 2006.
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