Speaker Biography

Headquarters: 475 Wall Street, Suite 257, Princeton N.J. 08540
Mail: P.O. Box 680, Cranbury, N.J. 08512
Email: sales@boomertechnologygroup.com
Phone: 732-800-2058
Twitter: DerrisBoomer | BoomerTechGroup
BIOGRAPHY: Derris Boomer has worked for Fortune 500 companies since he was 16. Each has taught him perseverance, leadership and a drive for success. His tenure at companies such as IBM, Tiffany & Company, Polo Ralph Lauren and Accenture has afforded 20+ years of corporate experience. He has traveled the globe implementing technology systems in Europe, North America and Asia.  

Derris is founder and CEO of BoomerTechnologyGroup.com, which specializes in technology planning, process improvement and software implementations. Derris has an undergraduate degree in Management Science from Kean University. His motto is “Have laptop will travel!” He has certifications in Workday and Kronos Workforce Management software. He has written business and technology articles for J.D. Edwards User Group, Smart Enterprise Magazine and N.J. Tech Weekly. Mr. Boomer has taught college courses as an adjunct professor at two community colleges.

He has extensive experience in Retail, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Government and Higher Education. He embraces 3 principles to success; Business Process + People + Technology = Custom Solutions

He also provides Mentorship Services for Tech Startups.



Speech Topics:

Penn State Startup Week 2022

Penn State Startup Week 2021 (“5 Tech Trends to Advance Your Career”)


Technology Trends for Fortune 500 Companies
(7 Things You Should Know)

YouTube: https://lnkd.in/ecHFE4d or
Learn about current Technology Trends for Fortune 500 companies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things(IoT), Block Chain & Digital Currency, Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP), Software-as-a-Service(SAAS) and Big Data. Talk will review hot jobs the correlate to these trends.

Tech Consulting for Dummies and Geniuses
Learn how to have a lucrative career as a technology consultant. Covers 3 Tiers of Consulting, Best Practices and Future Growth.

Why do I.T. Projects Fail?
25 percent of technology projects fail outright; 20 to 25 percent don’t show any return on investment; and as much as 50 percent need massive reworking by the time they’re finished. Learn how to avoid these pitfalls.

What is the price of human capital in your organization?
Learn about HRIS, ERP and Payroll systems and the value they bring to your organization. Covers market analysis and future trends.

Non-Traditional Careers in Technology
Learn about career job and roles in technology fields.