Business Transformation







Paul Szyarto is an Oxford University, Wharton Business School, and Franklin Pierce Law School educated expert in law, business operations, and technology and has spent the last twenty-five years maximizing the bottom line of more than 1000 global companies including Microsoft, Goodyear, BP, GE, United Technologies, Kellogg, Alcoa, Autoliv, Darden, Yum, and many more from the Fortune 500 list by redefining how they operate in regard to people, processes, and technologies. He is an expert in business and predictive transformation focusing on the domains of Project/Program Management, Digital Transformation, Data Science, ERP Architecture, Law, and Corporate Finance Optimization.

In addition, he has personally supported the development of more than 20 entrepreneurial assets with cumulative revenues exceeding $400 million. Paul is highly sought after for his speaking abilities with more than 200 events under his belt, and for his insight regarding business and digital transformation by hundreds of agencies including Fox, NBC, The NY Times, Reuters, The Inquirer, Digital Journal, Data IQ, and many more with impressions reaching millions.

Methodology that Works

During the Assessment Phase, we will complete interviews with key Stakeholders and Team Members and review project and process documentation and the overall health of the operation. We will then develop draft findings to be reviewed with your team based on a proprietary solution maturity model. The Assessment Phase will document the operational current state.
The Gap Development Phase will compare the current state of the operation from the Assessment Phase with industry best practices. Our team will collaborate with your senior leadership to educate what are the industry best practices and define the operational vision and ideal state of operations. The goal is to identify the gap between an actual state of operation and an ideal state of operation and a roadmap on how to achieve that ideal state.
The Roadmap Phase will leverage the output of the Gap Development Phase and include specific transforming steps to ensure success when delivering the solution. The Roadmap will contain a holistic plan to address the improvements relating to organization role definition and training, methodology and processes, technology and tools, and governance and adoption. The final section of the Roadmap will define a detailed approach, estimated budget and supporting schedule for the subsequent Implementation and Adoption Stages.

Investor &
Entrepreneur Success

The first lesson in becoming an entrepreneur is learning how to survive. Surviving isn’t about making as much cash to buy the things you want, its about generating enough income to survive to acquire the things you need. Once you learn to survive you can build a foundation to thrive.

Every entrepreneur is a survivor first. With more than 100 ventures started, many failures, some successes, it has defined me as a true entrepreneur. Over the past 20 years, I’ve learned there are only a few tools that will ensure you succeed.


In Revenues Created


Of Ideas

Over 20

Companies Formed


Quit Attitude

Investment Success



nsa Paul is a master at public speaking and hearing him integrate his knowledge of complex topics with his more than 20 years of corporate experience and life adventures makes for a very engaging, intriguing, and entertaining experience. He has an incredible amount of energy that will keep you begging for more!

Value Driven


More than 200

Client Speaking Events

More than 100

Conference Speaking Events

Blog Talk
CIO Review
Fox 29
Business Superstar
New York Times
Digital Journal