Eli Rosner

SVP & Chief Technology Officer, Software Solutions

Eli Rosner is Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Software Solutions for NCR Corporation. In this role, he is accountable for the company’s strategy, formulation, development and cross-functional delivery of NCR’s software portfolio. Rosner also participates in the NCR Leadership Team led by NCR’s President, CEO and Chairman Bill Nuti.

Prior to his role leading NCR’s Software Group, Eli was the CTO and Head of Product Management for NCR’s Retail Solutions Division. Eli led software development teams across all Retail segments. He originally joined NCR as Vice President of Global Software Engineering and Development. He oversaw architecture definition, technology selection, solution development and testing.

Eli’s previous positions before joining NCR include: Vice President and Chief Business Delivery Officer for the Americas and as Vice President for Global Technology Strategy at Solera Holdings. Prior to this role Eli was accountable for the Office of Strategy Management (OSM) for the overall product strategy for Solera. Eli held numerous leadership roles in product management, engineering and operation, including CIO and SVP of Product Development and GM of International Operations at Mitchell International Inc. He was also CTO and Vice President of Product Management and Engineering at Autodesk (ADSK) Location Based Services.

Rosner is a proven leader with more than 25 years of experience in managing diverse product portfolios and strategies, and in working closely with channel partners to drive software innovation. He has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and Computer Science from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology.

News

Alaska Becomes 50th U.S. State to Launch NCR Interactive Teller

Interactive technology will enable Matanuska Valley Federal Credit Union members to bank with teller live via ATMs.

Blog

Making sure your ATMs stand out and attract customers

Competition is fierce in today's banking world. Customers are more demanding, less loyal and have more choice than ever before. So how can banks meet these changing consumer expectations, acquire new customers and build customer loyalty?

Did you know

Over 830,000 of the world's 3.1 million ATMs are NCR machines.