Dan Tully
Executive Vice President

As Executive Vice President of Conduit Systems, Dan is responsible for marketing and sales as well as business development. Dan brings more than 20 years of computing experience to his customer base. Utilizing a consultative, business-savvy approach, Dan has assisted some of the area’s largest companies to address complex, technology-based issues.

Dan is very much a product of the technology age. His education and training in engineering and architecture led him to DFTA, Inc. where he was instrumental in designing such diverse projects as The Center for Performing Arts at Bucknell University, the DuPont Pavillon at Villanova University and a 5000-car parking garage at Northeastern University.

As his career progressed, Dan became Marketing Director at DFTA, Inc. and introduced and implemented the use of Computer Aided Drafting and Design systems. As an early adopter of this new technology, Dan went on to head up DFTA, Inc’s training efforts. His next step was in guiding the company from drafting boards to PCs, as he was transitioning the company to a new kind of engineering and architecture.

After eight years with DFTA, Inc., Dan formed his own company, consulting for many of the area’s top high tech organizations. Among these was Prime Computer’s ComputerVision Corporation. In this capacity, Dan traveled throughout the U.S. and Canada training architects and engineers on all aspects of ComputerVision’s CAD product line. Other customers included General Electric’s Aircraft Engine Division, Ashland Oil Company, Talbots, Avery-Dennison, Vision Sciences, Inc. and the Department of Immigration and Naturalization in Canada.

In every working relationship, Dan guides companies and organizations into new areas of technology and product development.

In 1989, Dan joined D.W. Cameron, Inc. as Executive Vice President and partner to David Cameron. D.W. Cameron became CambridgeCAD in 1990, and as a result of a change in the company’s business model and customer base, Dan and David decided to refine the business model and launch Conduit Systems in 1998.

Dan’s industry knowledge has been drawn upon by such publications as Inc. Magazine, the Boston Business Journal, Mass High Tech and Information Week.

Dan is a past member of the American Society of Architectural Perspectivists. He resides in Melrose, Massachusetts with his wife and two sons, and where he is an active in community activities and organizations.

Dan’s many interests include golf and flying. He acquired his private pilots license at age 17 and has logged thousands of hours in single, multi-engine propeller and jet aircraft. As a golfer, Dan is an active member of both the Massachusetts Golf Association and the USGA, competing in dozens of regional and national amateur events each year. Dan carries a 1.0 USGA handicap.

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