Nick Parrotta is the President of Digital Transformation Solutions (DTS) and Chief Digital and Information Officer at
HARMAN, a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
As President of DTS and CDIO, Nick is responsible for leading diverse digital talent, strategic vision, speed of innovation, and flawless execution to enable profitable growth. HARMAN's DTS business focuses on building IP platforms, end-to-end customized outsourced solutions, and product engineering services for customers across the globe. HARMAN’s digital organizations are focused on delivering innovative solutions for employees and customers that are simpler, smarter, scalable, and secure, and are reinventing connected experiences through the use of cloud, analytics, automation, artificial intelligence, and ensuring digital trust. Nick reports to President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Mauser and is a member of the Senior Leadership Committee (SLC).
Nick joined HARMAN in 2017 with over 20 years of digital leadership experience, including with General Electric Company, Kaiser Permanente, IBM, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Nick has established strong strategic partnerships and co-innovation with best-in-class companies including Microsoft, Amazon, Salesforce.com, Siemens, Celonis, UiPath, Snowflake, SAP, Cisco, Workday, and CrowdStrike.
Nick earned his MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas and holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y. Nick is a recognized digital thought leader who co-champions HARMAN’s Experiences Per Mile Advisory Council, serves on the Cisco Global Customer Advisory Board. Nick was recently recognized as a "Global Technology Executive Who Matters" by HMG Strategy, awarded the Drexel Lebow Top 50 Analytics and was named the winner of the New York Global CIO of the Year ORBIE Award. Nick is a strong ally and supporter in all areas of diversity and inclusion and was recognized in 2020 and 2021 as one of the Nation’s Top 50 CIO/CTO by the National Diversity Council.