Nick Wilkinson

Nick Wilkinson

CEO, Binary Tree

Nick Wilkinson is the Chief Executive Officer of Binary Tree. He focuses on developing Binary Tree’s people and delivering increased innovation across the company’s products and services. Nick ensures that Binary Tree’s clients can take full advantage of an integrated portfolio of solutions to power the transformation of their IT environments.

Previously, Nick served as Binary Tree’s chief operating officer. In that role, his responsibilities encompassed the successful operations of product management, IT, development, quality assurance and support and the delivery of all of Binary Tree’s consulting and managed services engagements. He was responsible for the introduction of Power365® – the company’s first SaaS product.

With more than 25 years in corporate management and extensive executive expertise in the global information technology service industry, Nick has achieved success across the commercial spectrum: Fortune 150, private equity-backed and start ups. His roles included P&L management, corporate strategy, consultancy, sales and marketing and portfolio management. He led global service organizations, working throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and North and South America.

Nick began his career as a British Royal Air Force officer. Subsequently, he enjoyed a broad and successful career with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). He led several marquee accounts; the chemical, energy and natural resources industry group; and Australian regional operations. He was also responsible for the global portfolio management organization, which incubated new service offerings in infrastructure, applications, cloud and cyber security. Later, he served as the CEO of Vitalyst, where he focused on diversifying the company’s portfolio of services and expanding its partner network.

Nick has a Bachelor of Arts in economics and social studies from the University of Manchester and a master’s degree in business administration from The Open University in the U.K.

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