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Mario Nico

Partner

About Mario

Mario is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in the Rome office, and responsible for the public administration sector.

With a more than 23-year career in management consulting, Mario has developed a deep knowledge of the public sector and led several projects in Strategy Development, Program Management ERP, CRM, Price & Cost Optimization, Business process re-engineering, Reporting & Controlling and IT management.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little in 2002, Mario worked at Andersen Consulting, Consulting Department, operating for 12 years in the Resources Market Unit, where he reached the position of Associate Partner. At Andersen Consulting, Mario was responsible for the CRM and eBusiness group in the Resources market in Italy. He also was a member of two international teams focused on the Utilities and Trading areas.

He graduated in Information Sciences, and is fluent in English and Italian.

Mario is married and has two daughters. He is passionate about gardening and cultivation of rare species of chillies.

Education

University of Bari, Bari
Degree in Information Sciences

Past Experience

Andersen Consulting
Associate Partner

Insights

Data-driven Healthcare
Mario Nico, Dario Garante, Katia Valtorta, Dr. Ulrica Sehlstedt, Vikas Kharbanda
Following on the heels of other industries, the healthcare sector is undergoing a critical transformation to become data driven. As this revolution comes to the forefront, technology trends are emerging, but other interconnected factors related to both how data is gathered or analyzed and how stakeholders are involved can enable or hinder the change. Everything is digital, but healthcare a little less so.
Design the information-driven enterprise
Mario Nico, Francesco Marsella, Dario Garante, Dr. Michael Eiden
Is your organization ready for the information-driven transformation ? As the digital transformation accelerates, companies are speeding up their efforts to unleash the benefits of data across their different businesses and departments. Undertaking a comprehensive information-driven transformation requires developing the organizational capabilities that enable better decision making and realizing the full value of data.
Advanced digital technologies
Mario Nico, Katia Valtorta, Dario Garante
How they can help Public Administrations to expedite EU funding procedures
Digital Inclusion in public services
Mario Nico, Katia Valtorta, Dario Garante
Despite investments and efforts, the performance in "connectivity" of different European regions is not homogenous.

Mario Nico

Partner

Italy

Contact & Follow

About Mario

Mario is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in the Rome office, and responsible for the public administration sector.

With a more than 23-year career in management consulting, Mario has developed a deep knowledge of the public sector and led several projects in Strategy Development, Program Management ERP, CRM, Price & Cost Optimization, Business process re-engineering, Reporting & Controlling and IT management.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little in 2002, Mario worked at Andersen Consulting, Consulting Department, operating for 12 years in the Resources Market Unit, where he reached the position of Associate Partner. At Andersen Consulting, Mario was responsible for the CRM and eBusiness group in the Resources market in Italy. He also was a member of two international teams focused on the Utilities and Trading areas.

He graduated in Information Sciences, and is fluent in English and Italian.

Mario is married and has two daughters. He is passionate about gardening and cultivation of rare species of chillies.

Education

University of Bari, Bari
Degree in Information Sciences

Past Experience

Andersen Consulting
Associate Partner

Insights

Data-driven Healthcare
Mario Nico, Dario Garante, Katia Valtorta, Dr. Ulrica Sehlstedt, Vikas Kharbanda
Following on the heels of other industries, the healthcare sector is undergoing a critical transformation to become data driven. As this revolution comes to the forefront, technology trends are emerging, but other interconnected factors related to both how data is gathered or analyzed and how stakeholders are involved can enable or hinder the change. Everything is digital, but healthcare a little less so.
Design the information-driven enterprise
Mario Nico, Francesco Marsella, Dario Garante, Dr. Michael Eiden
Is your organization ready for the information-driven transformation ? As the digital transformation accelerates, companies are speeding up their efforts to unleash the benefits of data across their different businesses and departments. Undertaking a comprehensive information-driven transformation requires developing the organizational capabilities that enable better decision making and realizing the full value of data.
Advanced digital technologies
Mario Nico, Katia Valtorta, Dario Garante
How they can help Public Administrations to expedite EU funding procedures
Digital Inclusion in public services
Mario Nico, Katia Valtorta, Dario Garante
Despite investments and efforts, the performance in "connectivity" of different European regions is not homogenous.