New Resources Consulting hires Cameron Vetter as AI practice director

15 February 2024 1 min. read

New Resources Consulting (NRC), a Milwaukee-based IT consulting firm, has hired Cameron Vetter as director of its AI practice.

Based in the firm’s headquarters, Vetter brings 25 years of experience in technology consulting and software development to the role, where he will focus on architecting, designing, and developing software solutions in deep learning, AI, and cloud architecture.

Vetter previously spent four years at Octavian Technology Group, a boutique consultancy focusing on Microsoft cloud and AI solutions, where he served as principal architect. Before that, he spent three years at SafeNet Consulting, where he was principal cloud consultant, and two years at Runzheimer, an intelligence solution for relocation and living costs, where he was director of product development.

Earlier in his career, Vetter was a lead software architect at GE Healthcare, a consultant partner at Centare Group, and a software development manager at Edstrom Industries.

He has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.New Resources Consulting hires Cameron Vetter as AI practice director"Cameron Vetter's addition to our team is a milestone in our ongoing mission to blend emerging technologies with our robust consulting offerings," said Mark Grosskopf, president and CEO of NRC. "His visionary leadership in AI will be pivotal as we continue to explore new horizons and deliver transformative impacts for our clients."

Founded in 1992, NRC is an Oracle partner that provides services across strategy, implementation, and managed services. The firm’s offerings include business analysis, project management, change management, Oracle cloud transition, ERP and EMR integration, software development, cloud and DevOps, training, and talent solutions.

NRC has more than 140 employees, according to LinkedIn.