For more than twenty years, Imagistic has continued to merit recognition as one of the most dynamic and reputable business technology firms.
We work with our clients to identify and build solutions that expand their businesses and build lasting competitive advantages. Our talented and seasoned staff offers decades of experience in business technology strategy, technology forensics, RFP/RFQ/RFI consultation, internet and custom software development, content strategy, project management, design, and information architecture. Client service is our top priority (as we know that our reputation is the best marketing material we can develop), and we value the relationships we have built with our clients, many of whom are repeat customers and referrals. Read more about us on Wikipedia.
Kevin Howard Goldberg
President, Technology Strategist
As President / Technology Strategist at imagistic, Kevin oversees and directs all projects with a business-centric technology approach. Bringing together his experience in management consulting and software development, Kevin has helped conceive and develop hundreds of successful business technology implementations.
From his early experiences in technology consulting and development, Kevin offers more than twenty years experience combining business and technology. Since 1997 at imagistic, Kevin has delivered successful business and technology plans and strategies for such clients as GE Capital, California Pizza Kitchen, Boston University, the ACLU, Sir Speedy, Move.com, Disney, UCLA, and Reed Publishing, meeting corporate objectives, tight deadlines, and even tighter budgets. His leadership and unparalleled ability to align business and technology processes are key imagistic value-adds that keep former clients coming back for new engagements year after year.
Prior to forming imagistic in 1997, Kevin held senior positions in multi-million dollar video game divisions at Film Roman, Lionsgate (previously Trimark), and Philips Interactive Media, where one of his technology innovations resulted in an audio compression / decompression scheme, which doubled the sound effects storage capacity for all of Philips' video game titles.
Kevin holds a bachelor's degree in Economics and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He has also completed coursework towards a master's degree in Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Publications include the critically acclaimed book: "XML: Visual QuickStart Guide (2nd Edition)," published by Peachpit Press. He is also an author on IBM developerWorks, focusing on open-source technology applications.