Eduardo A. Gross
Gross began his career in Miami as a sales engineer for Heat Pipe Technology, Inc., which provided sales and installation of dehumidification systems to companies around the world. He also gained valuable consulting experience with KPMG Peat Marwick, a premiere global firm. There, working in the Strategic Corporate Finance Department, he analyzed client history, operations and finances; built financial models; and did present value analysis, asset analysis and market comparisons. During his tenure with Hewlett Packard de Mexico, Gross gained extensive experience in the area of supply chain management. His work there helped reduce Hewlett Packard’s logistics cost in Latin America by over $4 million.
Since joining ICG in 1997, Gross has focused his efforts on managing ICG’s exponential growth in the areas of network integration, custom application development and IT outsourcing. The company’s services revenues have grown more than 600% during his tenure.
Gross holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Johns Hopkins University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Austin.