R. Douglas MacIntyre

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Doug served on the executive team of Dun & Bradstreet Corporation and was CEO of D&B Software, a global leader in enterprise software and services with 3000 business and government customers in 50 countries.

Doug MacIntyre is a retired information technology executive whose career in strategy and operations has spanned the spectrum from start-ups to the Fortune 500. He has led companies through formation, growth, global expansion, public offerings, mergers, and acquisitions.

As chairman, president, and CEO, he combined companies in the U.S. and Europe to create Firstwave Technologies, a publicly-traded internet applications pioneer. He led one of the fastest-growing private companies in America as president of Software 2000, and guided internet start-up HomeCom Communications through rapid acceleration and public offering as chair. He has worked with other entrepreneurial companies as investor, advisor, and director.

MacIntyre has started and led local and national industry, technology, and civic organizations. He served his industry as co-founder of the Open Applications Group, president of the American Software Association, and director of the Information Technology Association of America. He helped establish and served as chair of SCRA's economic development initiative, SC Launch. His community service includes boards of the Georgia Tech College of Computing, U.S. Military Academy Association of Graduates, Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, Alliance Theatre, United Way, and Fort Sumter – Fort Moultrie Trust.

A native South Carolinian, Doug graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and served in the U.S. Army as an infantry platoon leader, staff officer, and company commander. He earned a Masters Degree in business with honors from Boston University. He completed the Stanford Executive Program and advanced management programs at the Wharton and Harvard business schools