Computer Competency Group

Member Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce

Meet Our President

Mr. Broskowitz is the founder of Computer Competency Group, a company formed to provide consulting support services to the Macintosh community in the greater Orlando area.

Mr. Broskowitz is a co-founder of Phoenix Wireless Group, Inc. and served as Vice President, Operations from December 1996 to his departure in January of 1998. During that time he was responsible for the deployment of the Company's wireless Phoenician systems world wide, including systems in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Korea, Paraguay, Peru, and Suriname. From August 1995 to December 1997 he served as Vice President, Corporate Development with responsibility for developing the Company's ISO 9001 quality system and policy infrastructure, and support of the internal computing environment. As Vice President, Technical Operations from its formation in June 1994 to August 1995 he was responsible for oversight of the initial product development and procurement of key product components.

From November 1992 to June 1994, Mr. Broskowitz served as Director of Systems Integration for SHL Systemhouse, Inc. with responsibility for management of the Southeast Region technical staff including software engineering, consulting services, human resources, and Accounting.

From January 1992 until its acquisition by SHL Systemhouse in November 1992, Mr. Broskowitz served as Vice President of Technical Operations for ABRAXAS, Inc. with responsibility for all of the Company's technical operations, including software engineering, consulting and human resources.

Prior to joining ABRAXAS, Mr. Broskowitz was Senior Vice President of Cincinnati Bell Information Systems, Inc. from May 1987 to December 1991, with responsibility for the Office of Technology. Previously, he was responsible for the nation wide consulting and network technologies business units, and all of the Company's data center operations.

From December 1972 until its acquisition by Cincinnati Bell Information Systems in May 1987, Mr. Broskowitz held various positions with Auxton Computer Enterprises, Inc., a telecommunications products and services company. His responsibilities included the consulting, proprietary software development and billing services lines of business.

Mr. Broskowitz obtained his Masters degree in Computer Science at the City University of New York at City College in June 1973 and his undergraduate degree in Computer Science at the City University of New York at City College in January 1970. During this period he was also an Adjunct Lecturer in the Computer Sciences Department of the School of Engineering.

During the period 1990 to 1991, Mr. Broskowitz served as a Trustee of the Ohio Advanced Technology Center and as a Member of the Hamilton County Business Advisory Council to education.

Mr. Broskowitz is married with two children. He enjoys archery and boating, and is an avid micro computer enthusiast.

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