John Kneiling has over 20 years of experience consulting, writing, lecturing, creating a software company, and serving as a Fortune 100 Information Architecture executive. His background is in systems and application architecture, Business Intelligence, and Enterprise Application Integration. He has served as architect, developer and consultant with EDS, GE Medical Systems, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Tyco/ADT, Merrill Lynch, Anadarko, OCBC Bank, the Principal Financial Group, Swiss Bank, Citibank, The Bank of New York, Cedel Bank, Wells Fargo/Norwest, Fidelity Investments, The Depository Trust Company, The Bank of Montreal, Chase Bank, Morgan Stanley, Morgan Bank, MetLife, International Systems Group, DataBase Associates, Codd & Date, Price Waterhouse, and Con Edison. As V.P. of Information Architecture with MetLife, he created and led a team to develop and implement integration solutions. These Service-Oriented Architecture solutions were used to connect systems and Business processes gained by Mets post-IPO mergers and acquisitions, as well as new and legacy internal systems.