President and Chief Executive Officer
Since February 2009, Mike Hulley has served as President and
Chief Executive Officer of Navtech, Inc., a global leader in flight operations
solutions, serving more than 400 airline and aviation services customers.
Navtech's product suite includes aeronautical charts, navigation data
solutions, flight planning, aircraft performance systems, and crew planning
Mike's career spans more than three decades in the aviation industry. He joined Navtech from Tata Consultancy Services, where he was a Senior Partner responsible for expanding the travel, transportation, and hospitality sectors of the business.
He has also held positions with such industry leaders as Electronic Data Systems Corporation (EDS), IBM, Galileo, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines. As President of Transportation Global Industry Solutions at EDS, Mike was responsible for leading and growing the company's worldwide transportation business and managing over 9000 resources.
At IBM, he was Vice President and General Manager of Global Travel and Transportation where he led strategy, sales and marketing, product development, and deployment for industry-specific solutions. While at IBM, he grew the industry unit to a P&L of $2.4B annually and was a contributing editor to the U. S. Department of Transportation's Ten Year Intelligent Transportation Plan.
Mike was awarded the IBM Chairman's Award (Lou Gerstner) for his post 9/11 aviation security leadership and also worked with IATA to pioneer the Airline Interline Electronic Ticketing program. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Products and Services for the Transportation Technologies unit of Siemens Nixdorf, where he was responsible for the start-up and management of the Travel and Transportation Division.
Mike was named DEC Fellow in Artificial Intelligence in 1988 after attending a fellowship program at Harvard and MIT Universities. He holds executive leadership certificates from both Columbia and Harvard Business Schools, and was a Civil Engineering major at Memphis State University. He has always had a love for aviation and obtained his VFR rating at 18 while in the U.S. Air Force ROTC and the Civil Air Patrol.