Jeff joined the Intersys team in 2015 as President of the firm. He brings with him over 12 years of growing and maturing consulting operations in some of the largest consulting firms in the world. Jeff’s expertise in working with clients to understand business drivers and deliver solutions to match those business needs has enabled him to build and maintain incredibly successful client relationships globally.

Prior to Intersys, Jeff spent 11 years in the Capgemini Group as the youngest out of 1,200 Vice Presidents globally.  He built and managed consulting practices both in the USA and Europe ensuring success and growth through driving value for his customers.
Along with his work in the IT Consulting industry, Jeff serves on the board of directors for the Chasco YMCA of Greater Williamson County and is an active contributor to the Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Foundation.

Posts by Jeff Schmalbach

Distributed Teams but Same Time Zone

The IT industry has leveraged distributed teams around the world for decades now to varying degrees of efficiency. However, even those that have truly maximized these models have found a few key challenges that just can’t go away: Inability to provide real innovation and thought leadership on projects Differences in time zones promote a lack …

Building Client Relationships That Last

Over the past year, I’ve had the great opportunity to re-engage with customers I hadn’t worked with in a long time. It’s been exciting to pick up relationships that go back 10+ years and start to identify opportunities to reconnect.  It’s also made me realize services organizations spend countless hours trying to create strategies to …

When clients want all architects, I have to ask why?

Written by: Jeff Schmalbach, President Throughout my career in consulting, I have experienced countless instances of clients trying to build a project delivery team and their initial thought is “I need to have the most senior team as this project is incredibly critical”.  While I completely understand the sentiment behind this, and there is always …