Bruce Lehrman, Founder, Chief Executive Officer is best known for his entrepreneurial spirit and ability to build world-class technology organizations. He has been involved in three greenfield business start-ups and has also worked with large, nationally recognized brands. In 2007 he founded Involta LLC, a privately held multi-tenant data center and IT services company headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Involta builds, owns and operates world-class, multi-tenant data centers throughout the Country.
Involta was named the second fastest growing IT Company in the country in 2010, according to Inc. Magazine 500 Fastest Growing Companies (#40 overall). Involta was selected Company of the Year by the Technology Association of Iowa, and Lehrman was named CEO of the Year at the same event. Lehrman was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2010 by the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce. In 2012, Involta was awarded Fastest Growing Company by CBJ as well as winning the Prometheus Award for IT Service Company of the Year. Lehrman was recognized as the Entrepreneur of the Year by Corridor Business Journal.
Lehrman is on the Board of the Entrepreneurial Development Center, Technology Association of Iowa (as 2013 Chairman), Iowa Seed Fund, MEDCO, Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance and Van Meter Industrial. Prior to Involta, Lehrman was CIO of RuffaloCODY.
Jeffrey Szymanski, Vice President of Strategic Markets, has 35 years of experience in the information technology industry, with both tactical and strategic business development expertise deploying
Involta is a privately held company that operates its dynamic and innovative information technology services from enterprise-class company-owned data center facilities. Involta's board of directors provide insight from their various backgrounds and expertise of electrical power, healthcare, telecommunications, technology, finance and corporate governance to help guide the management team regarding company direction. Also serving on the Board of Directors is Bruce Lehrman, Involta CEO.
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