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Steven Amelio

Chief Financial Officer

Steven Amelio is the company’s CFO and has over 20 years of senior executive leadership experience.  

Steven joined 365 Data Centers in September of 2019 and oversees accounting and reporting, treasury, corporate finance, tax compliance and planning, financial planning and analysis, and human resources. For the past 12 years, Steven has been Chief Financial Officer of several private equity backed growth companies. In these roles Steven has overseen and been involved in all aspects of financial and business operations, including M&A and financings. 

Prior to his private company experience, Steven had a successful 20-year career as a public company financial executive. His experience includes serving as Chief Accounting Officer with United States Surgical Corporation and Tyco Healthcare Group LP, and then spending 10 years as the Divisional Chief Financial Officer at Tyco Healthcare Group LP, and Covidien, PLC (now Medtronic). In addition to overseeing a global finance organization, Steven was heavily involved in SEC reporting and several merger and acquisitions while always maintaining best in class internal controls and commercial execution. 

Steven began his career in accounting working for the United States Bankruptcy Court appointed Trustee of O.P.M. Leasing Services, an early leader in leasing technology.  

Steven has an MBA in Finance and a BBA in Accounting from Iona College in New Rochelle, New York. While CFO of Paradigm Spine, LLC, a medical device company, he was recognized in Becker’s Spine Review as an Industry Leader to Know.

Blog entries by Steven Amelio

July 10, 2020

Changes in Healthcare: Telemedicine

Telemedicine helps fill the gap by enabling healthcare professionals to assess, diagnose and treat patients via chat, voice and/or video. The increase in connected devices within the healthcare industry is also increasing the workload of data transfer, file sharing and increase connectivity to the information needed to provide telehealth services. Behind these connected devices are servers, software, routers, switches and cables that are either in physical data center infrastructure or the public cloud that are HIPAA compliant.

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