Matt Minetola

Matt Minetola
Executive Vice President and CIO
Travelport

As Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Travelport, Matt Minetola holds global responsibility for leading Travelport’s Technology organization and the technical delivery of its Travel Commerce Platform. 

Before joining Travelport in December 2014, Matt gained extensive experience in the hardware, software and banking industries over a 30 year period, holding a number of senior, IT leadership roles in various high profile global organizations. His focus during this period was in driving change as well as managing scale and complexity across both applications development and infrastructure. 

Prior to Travelport, Matt most recently worked for HP where he spent over 14 years in various global roles including serving as CIO for their Financial Services business and also spending three years leading the technology organization for their print business. He was also Senior Vice President of Information Services for Bank One/First USA Bank –Chase Card Services where he was responsible for driving the bank's international expansion; leading their distributed computing organization and strategy; and overseeing the technology organization of Bank One's/Chase Internet bank. 

Earlier in his career, Matt was Vice President of Corporate Technology at Advanta Corporation where he drove their Operations transformation to support various high growth consumer financial business units, and before this Matt was Director of Worldwide Distributed Processing at Dun and Bradstreet (D&B), where he drove a global data center consolidation and also built a market facing services capability for D&B customers for integrated information and processing capabilities. 

Matt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and a Master of Science degree in Engineering and Management Information Systems from Penn State University. He has also completed the Business Management program at the Wharton Business School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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