Michael Kilpatrick is Principal Consultant and Leader for the Asset Management Practice at Intueor. In this capacity he is responsible for complete life cycle of Intueor’s offerings in the Asset Management space. Michael’s association with Intueor dates back to the early days of the firm. He has been an integral part of practically every one of Intueor’s engagements, directly delivering services or indirectly influencing the service delivery.
Michael has more than 30 years of experience, providing management consulting services to both public and private sector clients ranging from small businesses and municipalities to Fortune 100 companies assisting them in the effective utilization of technology and management information systems and management consulting and training services in a variety of general management areas, including business planning and process design, financial control, fleet management, and procurement and inventory management.
Michael’s areas of expertise include needs assessment; strategic technology planning; RFP development; and equipment and software evaluation, selection and implementation. In addition, he has worked with public sector agencies in business process re-engineering and organizational design relating to all functional areas. His clients include Chicago Transit Authority, the Detroit Department of Transportation, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Chicago Metra, CITIBUS (Lubbock, Texas), City of Boston Department of Transportation, New Jersey Transit, MBTA, Long Beach Transit, Rhode Island Public Transit Authority, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority, Orange County Transportation Authority, Des Moines MTA, Jacksonville Transportation Authority, and Bay Area Rapid Transit among others.
Michael serves on the National Board of Advisors for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the Advisory Board for Governors State University College of Business and Public Administration, and is a former Officer and Board member for the Midwest Society of Professional Consultants. He serves on the Executive Board of Young Leaders United, the Board of the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, and is a member of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO).
Michael obtained a Master of Science in Industrial Administration from Purdue University’s Krannert Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Rose‑Hulman Institute of Technology.