While OSI Group has always been a successful company, they have sometimes been more successful than other times. David McDonald has recognized this throughout his career and he has made sure that he is able to provide even more successful opportunities to the company.
David McDonald is the President of the company and is the COO. Because of this, he has a lot of influence over OSI Group and has been able to make a difference in the company. David McDonald knows the right moves to make and works in combination with other leaders at the company to come up with all of the right strategies for success in the different areas that the business is a part of. Since it is a food service company, David McDonald knows that things will get better for the company as they continue to expand to different areas that they are a part of.
David McDonald OSI Group recently made the decision to put an OSI Group in China. This was a bold move to make and something that many other food service companies would choose to do because of the implications of having a plant in that country. The positive part of it, though, is that it is going to be able to serve the restaurants throughout the country. Since OSI Group is the provider for McDonald’s and other major international brands, positioning a plant in Beijing is a great way to ensure that they are going to be able to serve everyone in China.
Since David McDonald has worked with OSI Group, he has won awards for the work that he is doing. While he has had promotions and offers extended to him, these awards are things that are personal.
They have made a difference in the way that he feels about the company and the things that he can do for the company. David McDonald plans to stay with OSI Group for years to come and hopes that he will be able to continue earning awards. He also has hopes that the company will keep growing and they can put more plants in other countries.
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Things didn’t quite go the way Eric Pulier planned when he hoped to make one of his companies the feature part of the Computer Sciences Corporation, an endeavor that became fraught with untrue stories and allegations. But despite that setback, Pulier found something even better when he saw the potential for mobile gaming to be turned into practical solutions at his new company, vAtomic Systems. Pulier has moved from SOA to cloud computing and now believes new apps with functions like Uber are going to take over the mainstream.
Pulier’s disruptive technology really actually started when he was only in elementary school and began impressing his teachers with his programming skills. By high school he was already taking his programming into business and building database systems. He became a top student at Harvard where he studied literature and wrote for the Harvard Crimson. What made his time at Harvard unique was being the only literature major to take high level computer courses at MIT at the same time. He graduated with high honors from both schools.
Eric Pulier joined a group of students and activists in Los Angeles in 1991 when he formed People Doing Things which emerged into Digital Evolution. This was a company that took advantage of web design and video solutions to help companies market their niches online. Pulier became one of the nation’s top young entrepreneurs and was soon a favorite of then President Bill Clinton. Clinton selected Pulier to be the chairman of the Presidential Technology Exhibition, and at this event Pulier showed displays of future technology at various exhibits.
Eric Pulier’s philanthropy includes being a lead member of a team of engineers at Starbright World. This 1998 program connected patients at different children’s hospitals through a social media network aimed at helping them discuss their illnesses with others and make friends at other hospitals. It also had live games and simulations. Eric Pulier is also on the board of the Painted Turtle, a summer camp in California that provides summer weeks of fun activities to children with special needs. He’s also an advisor to XPrize Foundation.