Jeff Jacobs named Chief Information Officer at OCLC

“Jeff J. Jacobs, an experienced technology executive with several large organizations, has been named OCLC’s Chief Information Officer. Mr. Jacobs comes to OCLC from JPMorgan Chase, where he served as Chief Technology Officer for the digital consumer businesses. He also held the titles of Managing Director and Senior Vice President. In his most recent role at JPMorgan Chase, Mr. Jacobs oversaw a large technology team of more than 600 responsible for infrastructure, development, quality and operations supporting multiple businesses that serve Chase’s more than 35 million online customers. Additionally, his innovation team delivered the company’s first responsive and adaptive site, further enhancing the customer experience.” (via OCLC)

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