Robert Liscouski

Robert Liscouski

Robert has served as president, CEO, and chairman of QCI since February 2018, bringing to the company more than 35 years of executive experience at public and private companies, and federal agencies. He has extensive experience developing critical programs for protecting national security interests and essential infrastructure, as well as in crisis management, organizational development, and strategic planning.

Robert’s public sector experience includes time in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of State, the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, and served on the Intelligence ScienceBoard supporting the CIA and NIA. On the private sector side, Robert held roles at Implant Sciences, Coca-Cola Company, and Orion Scientific Systems.

Robert currently serves on the board of technical advisors for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the board of the National Child Protection Task Force.

He received his Bachelor of Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Master of Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

How Quantum Computing Improves Retail Operations Optimization

COVID-19 has accelerated the transformation from in-store to e-commerce shopping, creating significant retail logistics challenges. Even before the pandemic, retailers battled against heavyweights that were able to offer seamless purchasing and rapid order processing. However, despite pressure from consumers, a recent Accenture survey showed that fewer than half of retailers are meeting customer expectations for…