Business Integration Architect

A business integration architect leads cross-functional programs that integrate businesses across an organization or with 3rd party partners, both through technology and by optimizing business processes.  

It is important that they have a deep understanding of the business domain through experience and also build on-going relationships with innovative technology companies.  This combination of experience and relationships allows the business integration architect to fully understand technological capabilities and how they can be most efficiently applied to solve business challenges.  The business integration architect is a key member of any technology transformation or optimization strategy team. 

Paul Lashmet



Paul Lashmet is a business integration architect with expertise in orchestrating global strategic programs resulting in cross-functional team alignment and collaboration, revenue generation, efficiency gain, reduced operational risk, and regulatory compliance. He closely collaborates with senior business and IT management to streamline business processes and integrate data sources and systems across the financial business landscape, including capital markets, investment banking, retail banking and wealth management.

He is a creative and resourceful leader who identifies patterns and connections not obvious to others. Recognized by colleagues as an enterprising contributor with the ability to articulate complex issues and facilitate cross-functional programs. Successfully navigates and influences at all levels of the organization, as well as third party relationships.

Paul is very active in his community as a Cub Scout den leader and also through the North Castle Historical Society in Armonk, NY.