Our Company

Leadership Team

Susan Butler, PMP

Founder/Managing Partner
Consulting Services and Operations

Leveraging more than 30 years of business process optimization, project management and consulting expertise in Life Sciences and Technology Services, Susan Butler co-founded ResultWorks, with the goal of creating a company that would apply expertise, provide insights, and define creative solutions to address strategic and operational business challenges within Life Sciences and Healthcare.

Ms. Butler specializes in leading organizations to transform how they work and in developing actionable plans to operationalize business strategies and deliver successful technology and process initiatives.

She does so by integrating her deep process, project management, and organizational change management skills to the benefit of her teams and clients. Ms. Butler is also recognized for using her domain and technical knowledge along with strong interpersonal skills to facilitate shared understanding and collaboration among teams with diverse make-ups.

Prior to founding ResultWorks, Ms. Butler was Vice President, Global Professional Services at SciQuest, Inc., where she led project management, technical consulting and training services for e-procurement and materials management software solutions for life sciences and higher education. She joined SciQuest from IBM Global Services where she was Services Executive, National Project Management Practice, which managed strategic technology projects and performed troubled project interventions for the Integrated Technology Services division. Ms. Butler also oversaw the U.S. Project Management Office for the division, which supported competency and methods development for 700 project managers in North America. Ms. Butler honed her skills at Sterling Drug and Sanofi Winthrop Pharmaceuticals Research and Development where she led projects for Facilities, International Regulatory Affairs, and Process Reengineering groups.

Throughout her career Ms. Butler has been honored for her role as a leader. She represented her division at the IBM Americas Women’s Leadership Conference, has spoken at a variety of local and national Project Management Institute events, as well as at the Eastern Technology Council of Pennsylvania. Recently she was involved with the Young Women’s Leadership Network, a New York based organization which was assessing the ability to extend their life-changing programs which empower students to break the cycle of poverty through education to the Philadelphia region.