Brian Galovich heads Digital Technology at Collins Aerospace. In this role, his focus is on the development and execution of a meaningful digital strategy. This strategy will unlock greater value for customers and the business by enabling connected, software-based and intelligent solutions.
He brings more than 23 years of UTC experience to this role, having held a number of senior technology leadership positions across program management, sales, systems and platforms, operations and engineering technology. Most recently, Brian served as the vice president and chief information officer (CIO), Digital Technology for UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS). He also has led technology teams at Hamilton Sundstrand and served as vice president and CIO for both Pratt & Whitney and Global Business Systems at UTC.
Brian is committed to implementing technology-driven solutions to deliver value to our customers, create operational efficiencies and enhance the employee experience. At UTC, Brian was responsible for the strategic oversight and management of corporate enterprise applications and partnered with senior functional leaders to accelerate simplification of the systems landscape. He has dedicated more than two decades to leveraging technology for the benefit of the aerospace industry.
At Collins Aerospace, Brian brings a digital-first approach that delivers an enhanced customer experience through the integration of technologies, people, information and processes. He works to create a real-time digital thread connecting engineering to customers and the supply chain, to better meet customer expectations, expand market share and reduce costs.
He serves on multiple aerospace and defense industry executive committees and is active in charitable giving, spending time as chairperson for United Way. Brian holds a bachelor's degree in management information systems from the University of Connecticut, a master's degree in management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a master's degree in e-commerce & business technology from Carnegie Mellon University.