Technology consultancy SIS names David Bishop as new CTO

25 November 2019 2 min. read
More news on

Technology consultancy SIS has appointed David Bishop as its CTO. In the role, he will focus on the technical architecture of the firm's Dynamics 365-based solutions.

Dynamics 365 is a line of Microsoft products which offer enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) applications. Bishop will also oversee SIS’s research and development (R&D) and software development activities.

"David brings great development expertise and knowledge of Microsoft Technologies and experience managing global development teams to bring forth highly successful solutions in the past.  We are really excited about David joining the SIS team as we plan for our future growth," Mark Kershteyn, a partner at SIS, said.

Bishop has a wealth of tech experience, joining SIS from Hitachi Solutions America, where he served as senior vice president of R&D. In addition to heading Hitachi Solutions’ industry IP development, he had oversight of the company’s business analytics and data science teams, and was instrumental in the planning and construction of the Hitachi IoT (Internet of Things) Service Hub.

Tech consultancy SIS, LLC names new CTO

Bishop also spent four years in Singapore, working and the global head director for CRM and Development at Barclays. Before that, he worked in various capacities at Microsoft, first as group program manager then senior director in Seattle, before taking a senior software architect position, which was based in London. He holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Oxford.

SIS is a Microsoft Gold Partner. The firm offers ERP, CRM, and SharePoint solutions, as well as needs assessment, management consulting, system design and configuration, training and technical support in ERP, CRM, and project management. It is currently working with more than 200 clients which operate in industries and sectors such as construction, energy, architecture, government, and professional services.

In 2008, for example, SIS helped BMI Defense Systems implement Microsoft Dynamics SL for accounting, supply chain, and manufacturing, which allowed BMI to demonstrate costs for a multimillion-dollar government contract. Additionally, in 2010, the firm worked with Chesapeake Energy to enhance its document and web content management capabilities, assisting in the company’s transition from intranet to Microsoft SharePoint.