Management Information Technologies Group, Inc.
MIT places as much emphasis on providing customers with quality professional services as it does on your initial implementation. We understand our customers’ need to do business 24/7. If your company just implemented a solution or your business requirements have recently changed and you need a “tune up,” the Professional Services team is here to help. No matter how simple or complex your need may be, our Professional Services have the necessary business, application or technical knowledge and expertise to see your project through to a successful completion.
Our goal is to provide the best services at fair prices. We focus on the processes and procedures that maximize the return of the customer’s investment in their Industry program products. Technical and Professional Services work side by side to provide coordinated “on time” and “within budget” projects. Practical, implementable Service solutions are provided by our staff of experienced consultants. All consultants have years of on the job Industry experience and in most cases decades of implementing and supporting specific industry customers. This translates into experience that provides the best solutions and is not available from any other source.
We created MIT with a set of core values that represent our professional passion and personal convictions:
- Listen to our clients and build our reputation on the value we provide
- Make every job “reference able”; we want our clients to realize their investment in MIT was the best money they ever spent on consultants
- Never compromise our integrity; do the right thing every time
- Build our business via references
- We provide teams and team members whom all have a history of successful project and or implementation experience coupled with industry expertise which enables them to provide strong consultation and quality implementations.
Larry R. Davenport- CEO
Larry earned many successes with ADP, Inc. (New Jersey) and Coin Financial Systems, Inc. (Atlanta, Georgia) He led the launch of a technology life cycle management company, a division of a 4 billion dollar aggregator. He served eight years as Vice President of the Retail Services, North American Division of CGI Group, Inc., (Montreal, Quebec) a four billion dollar consulting Services Company.
Larry has received over 30 industry awards, National and International for performance and contributions. Larry serves on the boards of Mirzaco International, an independent capital firm; a private nanotechnology research company in California; and SandPiper Investment Services. Additionally, Larry is the Chairman of the Board for the restructured JesusHouseokc.org in Oklahoma City, a non-profit 501c3 organization which serves the inner-city, and is a non-denominational Christian outreach center to the homeless, near homeless, addicted and mentally ill.
Larry was appointed to the Board of Trustees for the University of Central Oklahoma Foundation in 2006 and sits on the Investment Committee. He was formerly involved in the Edmond, Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce as an Executive Director and Vice Chairman of Community and Economic Development and was a member of the Executive/Finance Committee.
In addition, Larry has an active role with a number of incubator firms for high/nano technology startups which are funded through independent investors, firms and State and Local Government.
Bradley Johnson- CIO
As Chief Information Officer, Brad Johnson is responsible for design, programming, testing, documentation, and delivery of all services and software solutions. With more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, he brings his knowledge and leadership to all aspects of creating high-quality, market leading services and solutions.
Prior to The MIT Group, Brad held a variety of executive positions in many diverse industries including Retail, Energy and Insurance. He was responsible for the development of a Point of Sale application which is successfully utilized in the Convenience Store Industry today. In addition to his executive responsibilities, Brad is a technologist at heart and brings to the table the desire and interest in leading edge technologies which can be tested in a real world environment to determine the likelihood of increasing efficiencies in businesses today.
Brad spent many years with Value City Department Stores and the affiliates of the Schottenstein Stores Corporation (DSW, Filenes, Value City Furniture etc) in a wide range of jobs including Store Communications, Data Warehousing, Merchandising and Infrastructure Design and Services.