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Jeromy Carriere
Chief Architect, VistaPrint

Jeromy joined VistaPrint as Chief Architect in October 2007.  Jeromy is responsible for the overall technology strategy for the enterprise, and leads a team that provides the foundational services for VistaPrint’s delivery of capabilities.  The team’s mission spans platform architecture, solution architecture, learning and knowledge management, quality assurance and release engineering.

Prior to joining VistaPrint, Jeromy was Vice President, Architecture at Fidelity Investments, leading the Development Platform team in Enterprise Systems Architecture.  The team was responsible for delivering guidance, implementation and support for the Fidelity-wide common application development platform.

Before Fidelity, Jeromy was a Senior Architect Advisor on Microsoft’s Financial Services National Architecture Team, providing architectural guidance to Microsoft customers such as Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Fidelity, Merrill Lynch, The Hartford, Pfizer, Partners Healthcare, the State of New York and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Jeromy was co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Kinitos, a Chief Architect for America Online, Inc. and co-founder and Chief Architect of Quack.com. Jeromy had previously worked at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, doing architecture research and analysis, and at Nortel Networks, as a software engineer.

Jeromy earned his Bachelor’s of Mathematics in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo, and flirted with Ph.D. studies at Carnegie Mellon University.  Jeromy enjoys intense recreational cycling (some, like his wife, call it an obsession) and spending time with his wife and two daughters.

Jeromy is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Architect.

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