Biography

Daniel Cohen-Dumani is a Partner and the Market Leader for the Technology and Digital Transformation Advisory practice. Daniel leads a team of technologists, engineers, software developers, project managers and data scientists focusing on helping organizations of all sizes master their Digital Transformation journey. Daniel has more than 30 years of experience in the field of Computer Science and Software Development. Prior to leading the Withum Digital practice, Daniel founded Bethesda-based Portal Solutions, an Information Technology consulting firm, in 2002. His mission for Portal Solutions from inception was to be the leading provider of knowledge optimization solutions. With Daniel as CEO, the company thrived, becoming one of the fastest-growing firms in the Washington, D.C. area, as ranked by Inc. magazine.

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Daniel was nominated in 2009 and 2010 as one of Washington D.C.’s Smart100 CEOs. Daniel is a frequent speaker at Technology conferences and user groups and is a recognized Microsoft Cloud Subject Matter Expert.

Prior to founding Portal Solutions, Daniel served as the CTO of On Campus Marketing/Alloy, a Bethesda-based leading marketing firm; and prior to that he served as the CIO and Senior Vice President of the Execustay division of Marriott Corporation.

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