Vik Balani has over 20 years of experience in information technology performing enterprise architecture and business architectures, portfolio management, service oriented architecture, financial and risk analysis and operational planning. He has technical expertise that encompasses large system architecture, system development, mission-critical system operations, system development methodology, and Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI).
Mr. Balani has lead numerous strategic IT consulting engagements with Federal CIOs and other Federal IT executives within the government including US Patents and Trademark Office, Department of Labor, Amtrak, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and American Red Cross. Under the leadership of Mr. Balani, Inalab has expanded its practice into the design and deployment of Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), Open Source based systems, and cloud based implementations.
Mr. Balani holds dual degrees in Computer Science and Math from Western Illinois University.
Lieutenant General Arthur C. Blades, USMC (Ret.)
General Blades was most recently assigned as the Marine Corps Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, Policies and Operations and previously as Deputy Chief for Aviation responsible for the planning and budgeting of aviation programs. His experience includes commanding infantry and aviation units, computer based training systems development, ground and maritime logistics prepositioning and tracking, aviation program planning, budgeting, and service plans, policies and operations. He has a Master’s degree in Business Administration.
General Blades’ career spans 30 years and is characterized by awards and decorations which include the Silver Star Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V”, Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal with gold star, Air Medal with Strike Flight Award and numeral 33, Navy Commendation Medal, Government of Japan Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold and Silver Star and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.
Mr. Waddell has over 25 years of diversified broadcast, cable and media experience in business development, marketing and sales. Mr. Waddell has worked for leading media companies such as, The Weather Channel, The Disney Channel and USA Today. Most recently, Mr. Waddell launched and operated PRELUDE Communications, which has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Inalab. This niche company specialized in the areas of digital content and training services. Prelude has excellent past performances with client like FAA, EEOC and Sodexho.
Mr. Waddell’s primary focus is to build awareness about the company’s unique capabilities among prospective clients, and develop and maintain relationships with current and past clients in the commercial and federal business sectors.
Mr. Waddell is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Communications Studies.
Dinesh Rawlley is spearheading Aeon-global’s Big Data, application modernization, cloud computing, and next generation architecture consulting. He brings over 26 years of global IT services and operations experience with skills for business process improvement. Dinesh has experience in developing, architecting, and delivering on large-scale global architecture, which includes cloud computing capabilities, ERP and CRM projects, conducting technology assessment & deployment, managing mergers & acquisitions through his work with Fortune 500 Consumer Goods, Medical Devices and Bio-technology manufacturing companies.
Prior to joining Aeon-global Consulting, Mr Rawlley was a Senior Director at MedImmune where he managed a team of more than 200 technical professionals and had an overall program level accountability to manage the design, delivery, and support of complex IT initiatives to meet business goals. Mr. Rawlley has held similar leadership roles at leading companies such as MARS, Playtex and Tredagar Film Products.
Mr. Rawlley earned his degree of Sciences from Delhi University. He also achieved his Executive Management Certification from University of Delaware.