Vele Galovski is the vice president of field services research for TSIA. In this role, he works closely with member companies to deliver research and advisory programs focused on helping them optimize field service delivery and engineer profitable customer outcomes
During his career as a services executive, he has provided thought leadership and driven breakthrough performance in high profile assignments in a diverse set of companies including: Xerox, Eastman Kodak, Bank of America, NVR and several Cloud Services startups.
Throughout his nearly 30 years in the industry, Vele has consistently driven double digit top line growth with a proven retain, gain, and grow strategy; and bottom line profitability with a focused “cost down” process. He has been awarded a patent “Method and system to manage achieving an objective”, is a Six Sigma Black Belt, and is a Licensed Professional Engineer. Vele has also written a book, The Perpetual Innovation Machine, which describes a holistic approach to management based on ambitious goal setting, data driven analysis, skillful prioritization, inspiring leadership, and the “lost art” of employee engagement.
Vele earned his MBA and Civil and Environmental Engineering BS from Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY.
Vele frequently writes about these topics on the TSIA blog on the topics of field services, artificial intelligence (AI), intro to the Internet of Things (IoT), and spare parts logistics.
Unlocking Digital Transformation Opportunities in Industrial Equipment
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Why Services is the Key to Digitally Transforming Equipment Manufacturers
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Spare Parts and Logistics 2018 Multi-Member Study Report
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The State of Field Services 2019
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The State of Field Services: 2019
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TSIA HT 20, Q3 2018
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Identify and develop differentiated field service offerings that drive profitable services revenue growth and deliver business value to customers.
The State of Healthcare Technology: 2018-2019
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The State of Healthcare Technology 2018-2019
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The Digital Transformation of OEM's and Hardware Companies
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