Lisa Rotunno – PIDX Chairperson of Conference Committee

Schneider Electric, Senior Manager, TABS Global Implementation and Support

As a born and bred Texan, Lisa earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Texas Tech University in 1985 and joined Mobil Oil that same year as an accountant. She held various accounting positions until she moved to IT as an Information Architect focusing on the development of new business systems. In 1997, she joined Koch Industries as an Electronic Commerce Coordinator/Business Systems Analyst where her focus was to drive the use of electronic communication to streamline and enhance business processes. In 2000, she joined General Electric as the Product Manager for the GE PetroDex product family (PetroEx, TABS, RECON) where she remained until the product and she were acquired by DTN (now owned by Schneider Electric) in 2002.  Lisa continues to champion the product suite at Schneider Electric where she is currently focused on the customers and the continued growth and success of TABS globally.  She has been a participating member of PIDX for 24 years where she has held many positions.  She is currently serving as the Global Downstream Chairperson.


Lynn Taylor

Lynn Taylor – PIDX Chairperson of International Business Development Committee

Oildex, Vice President, Development

Lynn Taylor is the Vice President, Architecture & Infrastructure at Oildex, a provider of cloud-based solutions for oil and gas financial supply chain automation.  In this role, she manages the product architecture, user experience, release management as well as production and development operations and infrastructure.

Prior to her career at Oildex, Ms. Taylor was Vice President, Product Development at ADP where she oversaw the product development, QA and architecture as well as infrastructure and operations for the Procure-to-Pay and MasterTax product suites with a staff of approximately 100 team members in Calgary, AB, Chandler, AZ and Hyderabad, India.

Before joining ADP, Ms. Taylor oversaw the technical vision and development of the product suite at DO2 Technologies, Inc. Lynn began her 20 year career as a software developer for various companies, including Digital Oilfield Inc., Landmark Graphics, Munro Garrett International, and Munro Engineering Inc. 


Ralph Weimann – PIDX Chairperson of Membership Committee

BP, Business Delivery Lead Terminal Communications

Mr. Weimann is currently employed by BP, which he joined in 1997 after working in various professions.  Within BP, Mr. Weimann has held various roles spanning from IT&S ERP to Business Information Management roles.  Since 2008, he has lead BP’s global SAP rollout covering Terminal Communication as Business Delivery Lead.


Marc Battistello

Marc Battistello - PIDX Chairperson of Standards & Guidelines Committee

Baker Hughes, a GE Company, Sr Director – Enterprise Application Engineering

Marc Battistello is a senior director in the Engineering Digital Technology group. Marc has 17 years experience leading technical projects in across a variety of industries including Aerospace, Energy, and Oil & Gas. He has held a diverse set of roles including Design Engineer, AP/AR Shared Services ERP leader, and Simplification Leader.  In his current role, he leads IT projects focused on enabling commercial and operational excellence.


Darren EBanks

Darren Ebanks, PIDX Executive At Large

Schlumberger, Business Process Architect – eCommerce & Invoicing

Darren Ebanks is a recognized expert in Electronic Commerce, Electronic Data Interchange and Business Process Development. He has been an active member of PIDX for over 27 years and has been the Chair of many subcommittees in the areas of Education, Promotion, Purchasing and participated in many others (including the development of the current XML standards). In addition, he has held many Executive Committee positions (including the Vice Chair of the organization).

As a Schlumberger Business Process Architect in eCommerce and Invoicing, Darren Ebanks uses technology as a tool to meet the demanding market and never as a replacement for good business practices. Crafting business processes to realize tangible monetary benefits for his organization and customers is his mantra.