Dr. Paul Bailo is widely recognized by industry thought leaders for his C-level executive skills in digital transformation, analytics, marketing, and business operations. He has earned deep career success in multiple fields, along with an outstanding industry reputation and important executive roles as digital innovator, strategic thinker, change agent, customer champion, industry author, and creative entrepreneur. He has built and led top performing teams, start-up entities, and world-class organizations. His background in digital transformation, digital communications, emerging payments, operational excellence, data-driven decision-making, and ongoing product innovation is unparalleled. His blue-chip background encompasses Google, Apple, AT&T, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, MasterCard, American Express, GE, Citibank, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, NYC Transit Authority, and the US Department of Transportation.
Collateral to his business impact, Paul teaches as Adjunct Executive Graduate Professor in Applied Analytics at Columbia University and Digital Marketing, Innovation, and Data Analytics at New York University. Earlier, he headed the development of Mercy College’s fastest-growing college major – Managerial Analytics. He served as an executive advisor to the governments of Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, and Abu Dhabi, as well as the Central Bank of Nigeria and Drexel University. Paul also acquired eight unique US patents.
Currently, Paul is Global Head for Digital Strategy & Innovation for Infosys Digital where he focuses on creating and executing new business strategies, innovative solutions, and rolling out unique digital platforms. As “Go-To Resource” for internal executives, he spearheads digital innovation, designing new processes and handling large-scale project portfolios. He continues to interact with Fortune 500 clients, such as Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, AT&T, SunTrust, Apple, Google, and many other industry leaders.
Paul is a published author with three industry books, as well as many original business articles and presentations. He has a PhD from the International School of Management, an MBA in Marketing and Technology from Wagner College, an MS in Clinical Social Work (Human Behavior) from Fordham University, and BS in Finance & Technology from St. John’s University.