L. Scott Ewart is a decorated U.S. Navy veteran having served for 9 years and was the recipient of Southwest Asia Service medal with the Bronze Star, two Joint Service Achievement Medals and a Navy Achievement Medal. Scott has 18 years of experience in information technology, 14 years of which as a senior level information technology professional. Scott has resided in Maryland since 1997.
His scope of experience in information technology is vast. As a CIO, Scott has managed an IT Division within an organization with a $200M budget with sole responsibility for all aspects of the technology strategy, implementation and day-to-day operational continuity. The organization had over 400 technology users across 22 locations and Scott was directly responsible for over 25 technology, facilities and fleet management staff members.
As the owner of ScottE Software Development, Scott is able to combine his passion and experience for information technology. Initially, in 2011 ScottE Software Development focused solely on mobile application development. In 2013, the focus of ScottE Software Development shifted to a full-service technology consulting and social media management firm.
Currently, ScottE Software provides technology and social media services for multiple Howard County businesses as well as technology services for businesses in surrounding counties. Another example of Scott’s commitment to Howard County is his recent membership to the Howard County Chamber of Commerce.
Scott is well-connected in Howard County and is a generous social networker. As a local professional, if you want to expand your local connections and start a genuine professional relationship, look for Scott at the next networking event. If you are a small business in Howard County and you want to grow your local customer base check out ScottE Software for help in leveraging your limited resources by growing your social media presence.
ScottE Software is proud to be a veteran-owned company in Howard County, Maryland assisting the local small business community with their information technology and social media needs.
Articles about Scott:
2018 – NBC News Better – Thinking about breaking up with Facebook? Here’s what you need to know
2017 – Baltimore Sun – At 50, Columbia celebrates past even as it faces a much-changed future
2016 – Frederick News Post – Political Notes: Up close at the RNC
2015 – Howard County Times – Columbia software developer brings attention to small businesses
2014 – Howard County Times – Blogger sizes up social media in Howard races
2013 – StateTech Magazine – A Smart Government Mobility Strategy: Think Globally, Act Locally
2013 – StateTech Magazine – For Governments, Keeping Pace in a Mobile World Isn’t Easy