Director, Technology Systems – Andrew joined Battle Investment Group in 2015. He is responsible for the oversight of existing technology systems as well as the planning and implementation of new technology systems to support efficient operations and strategic objectives within Battle Investment Group and its portfolio companies. This includes network architecture, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, web development, business process workflow and collaboration systems, and finance and accounting systems.
Andrew is also the Chief Technology Officer of Garner Health, a consulting firm that specializes in post-reform healthcare law and compliance. A significant component of Garner Health’s business involves supporting mergers, acquisitions, strategic transactions, and post-closing integration work for hospital clients and other healthcare providers. Andrew is also a partner and co-founder of Propel Funding Accelerators, a consulting firm that supports the development and operational success of enterprises organized to bring new technologies to market, including the introduction of innovative, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology into government and regulated end markets.
Earlier in his career, Andrew served as Director of Protective Apparel at Warwick Mills, a high-performance materials engineering firm that supports customers in military and law enforcement markets. There, he oversaw the development of armor-related technologies to include ballistic materials, stab and slash resistant vests for the European market, needle resistant gloves, and substrate materials used in the Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle program. Andrew is co-author on a patent for a soft panel armor material in commercial use today.
Andrew has a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Babson College. He sits on the Board of Not-So-Much Foundation, a California public benefit corporation focused on supporting projects to promote sustainability within society.