Healthcare >> CEO Interviews >> April 15, 2002

James Boldt – Computer Task Group Inc (ctg)

JAMES R. BOLDT joined CTG as Chief Financial Officer in February 1996 and was appointed Chief Executive Officer in July 2001. In June 2001, he was appointed President. Additionally, he was appointed to CTG's Board of Directors. In his role as CFO, Mr. Boldt had been responsible for the management of CTG's global support services organization, comprised of finance, information technology, legal, public and investor relations, quality, corporate communications and acquisitions. Mr. Boldt is also the company's treasurer. From June to November 2000, Mr. Boldt was Acting Chief Executive Officer of CTG, an information technology company. Subsequently, in his role as Vice President of Strategic Staffing Services, an offering that produces 30% of the company's revenues, he is responsible for over 1,000 of the company's professional staff. Prior to joining CTG Mr. Boldt was the Vice President in charge of the Pratt & Lambert Division of The Sherwin Williams Company. Previously, he held the position of Corporate Vice President of Finance, Treasurer, Secretary and CFO at Pratt & Lambert United, Inc., a $500 million company, from 1984 to 1995. He also held positions of Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Corporate Controller and Internal Auditor at Pratt & Lambert, 1976 to 1984. Mr. Boldt's prior work experience was with Deloitte & Touche in Buffalo, NY, 1973 to 1976. He holds a Master's of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Finance from Canisius College, in Buffalo, NY, and an additional concentration in Applied Information Systems Design from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He also holds a Bachelor's degree with a concentration in Accounting from Niagara University. Mr. Boldt received his CPA certificate in 1975. Profile
TWST: Would you give us a brief overview of the history and evolution of


Mr. Boldt: CTG was founded in 1966 and is one of the very first IT

services firms in the United States. It was