July 12, 2017

Scott Wilson

Scott joined the A|B Team as COO in December of 2016 after working with his good friend Josh, CEO,  in an advisory capacity for several months.  As they had been discussing the history, the team, the operating model in place at the time and began envisioning the possibilities, and after a good dinner at a local favorite for Mexican food, it was apparent the two would be stronger working together and would have fun building a great team and company.  

Scott brings senior operations and sales executive experience spanning more than 25 years of experience as the member of leadership teams that spearheaded the rapid and sustained growth of leading outsourcing and operational transformation service providers. He brings expertise in executive relationship management and consultative selling helping to establish and motivate effective sales teams, formulating strategic operational strategies and sales strategies during his highly successful career.

Scott’s career started at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a part of the first BPO deal team in the industry, to being a member of the deal team for IBM’s acquisition of PwC Consulting, establishing BPO and Business Transformation Outsourcing business at IBM, through wrapping up his consulting career at Accenture closing over $1b in long-term complex deals for Accenture, performing various leadership roles including the North America Chemical Industries Sales Lead setting strategy for delivery of: Digital Transformation, Manufacturing Transformation and Procurement Transformation for the Specialty Chemicals Industry Segment.

Scott and his wife Susan have three children ranging in ages from 10 to 22, and can be found enjoying family time together snow skiing, traveling, enjoying family time at the ranch, or out on the soccer fields of North Texas cheering on their youngest daughter’s competitive soccer team.  They are actively involved at the First United Methodist Church of Coppell, volunteered and supported the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children and Pinkerton Elementary.  Scott is also a board member for the non-profit Achieve – A Place to Grow, helping support adults with disabilities.  Scott received his education at Baylor University.