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Biography PhotoPatrik Dyberg
Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

Mr. Patrik Dyberg was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer in May 2018, having previously served as interim CIO in a consulting capacity from mid-December 2017. Since arriving at APUS, Mr. Dyberg has been instrumental in setting a new direction for the use of information technology across the organization. As CTO, Mr. Dyberg oversees IT, providing vision, leadership, and strategy to enhance agility and innovation.

Mr. Dyberg brings 30 years of experience in digital transformation, digital product development, and IT strategy to APUS. Most recently, he was with The WGroup, an IT management consulting firm. Prior to that, he spent 15 years in the information services industry and 15 years in the transaction processing and data communications industry. During this time he developed very deep expertise in business and content strategy, IT alignment, digital transformation, change management, operational alignment, and global sourcing. He has expertise in building and running large global organizations, delivering results, and operating in global and multi-cultural environments.

Before serving as a consultant, Mr. Dyberg was a managing director for Luxoft, an IT services company headquartered in Switzerland, where he focused on the financial services sector. Prior to Luxoft, he was the executive vice president and CTO of John Wiley & Sons, a global provider of content and digital education solutions. There he ran the global technology organization and all content management, was a member of the Wiley executive leadership team, and a key driver of the company's digital transformation agenda.

Prior to Wiley, Mr. Dyberg was the senior vice president of global solutions development at LexisNexis, driving the development and maintenance of all global customer facing products supporting a $3+ billion revenue stream. His team delivered over 150 software development projects per year at 85%+ on time and on budget and with a defect detection ratio of 96%+. Before LexisNexis, he was the CIO of the Business Information Group of the McGraw-Hill Companies, where he established a leveraged shared services IT model across three different companies enabling them to transform to digital business models. Prior to MGraw-Hill, he was the leader of data technology and management at D&B, VP of communications systems at GTECH, and CIO for the Swedish National Lottery. Mr. Dyberg started his career at the ABB Group in Sweden, and holds a M. Sc. E.E. from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm Sweden.