Julie Shainock | Global Leader Travel and Transportation Industry

Julie Shainock, Global Leader Travel and Transportation Industry, Microsoft

Julie Shainock is Managing Director – Travel, Transport & Hospitality (TTH) and responsible for developing Microsoft’s point of view and future strategy for our WW Travel and Transport industry. She is focused on leading the airlines, hospitality companies, rental car, cruise and Freight logistics and Rail Companies to driving innovation that will enhance the customer and employee journey, while driving increased productivity and cost reduction with the use of Microsoft’s technology and its eco-system of TTH solution partners
Julie was previously with IBM where she had a successful twenty-five plus year career managing and leading the Travel and Transportation industry. She is results driven Global Business Development Executive that is focused on delivering new technology solutions and increasing market share for her clients and her company. She has managed and engaged as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in multi-million dollar engagements in the travel and transportation industry. The breadth and depth of Julie’s experience has been focused on integrating services with software solutions and working with partners. Her deep industry relationships with clients, partners, professional associations and working groups has helped in shaping successful and comprehensive strategies and solutions that have resonated with our leading T&T clients.
Ms. Shainock has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) from The University of Texas at Austin. She currently lives in Jacksonville, FL with her husband - Scott and three daughters.


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