Robert Condit is an Senior Account Executive – Energy Sector at NTT DATA Services. NTT DATA Services is a division of NTT DATA Corporation, a top 10 global IT services provider with 118,000+ employees in more than 50 countries. We excel in blending IT and business expertise with decades of industry know-how.
Before assuming his current position, Robert served as Vice President of Sales at Method360, from 2016 to 2019, for all SAP related services and new business growth.
Robert spent several years in SAP consulting with CGI, from 2007 to 2016, where he was leading, architecting, and delivering SAP solutions for CGI clients. He was also the US SAP Practice Lead at CGI during his tenure.
Prior to joining CGI in 2007, Robert held numerous leadership positions with Verizon starting as a senior buyer and moving up through the ranks to an operations manager supporting all large distribution centers and over 1200 supply locations. During his tenure at Verizon, he reduced millions in supply chain cost, implemented continuous improvement initiatives, implemented numerous WMS and ERP systems, including SAP, and was key to the successful recovery of logistics operations following the events of September 11, 2001.
From 1995 to 2000, Robert worked in law enforcement as a public service officer and jailer for the City of Hurst and a police officer for the City of Euless.
And from 1989 to 1997, Robert honorably served in the United States Marine Corps as a combat engineer and Marine Security Guard. During his tour in the Marines, he earned the rank of staff sergeant, lead Marines into battle during Desert Shield and Desert Storm, supported numerous humanitarian efforts in Asia, and held positions at the US Embassy in New Delhi, the Vatican, and Rome.
Robert has an associate degree from Tarrant County Junior College, a bachelor’s degree in logistics from the University of North Texas, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Robert is also a certified in transportation and logistics.