Steven Noteboom Stephen joined Möbius Partners in October 2008. A native of New Jersey, Stephen started his career as a consultant with Accenture in New York, where he developed custom applications for clients within Accenture’s government practice. He later pursued an MBA and (following a brand management internship with the Coca Cola Company) was hired as the first member of an IS Leadership Development Program created by H.E.B Grocery Company in San Antonio. As part of this rotational program he led several teams, eventually moving into a business development manager role in grocery procurement for HEB. In this procurement role, Stephen was accountable for setting strategy for growing the multi-million dollar paper desk across 300 stores. His passion for marketing, team-based style and customer-first approach made the categories under his management among the fastest-growing and most profitable at HEB.

Stephen brings this passion for building a business to his role at Möbius Partners. His primary responsibility is creating and executing the strategy to develop, market and sell Möbius Partners’ professional services. His team of Solutions Architects delivers a wide variety of the value-added services that make Möbius Partners a Solutions Provider rather than simply a hardware reseller. Stephen’s goal is to understand the IT needs of current and prospective customers while increasing the scope of technical services Möbius Partners is able to offer. As a result of Stephen and his team’s efforts, Möbius Partners was honored to be the 2010 recipient of Arrow ECS’ national award for Technical Services Growth.

A graduate of Leadership San Antonio (Class of XXIX), Stephen currently serves on the Advisory Committee for Bexar County’s Small/Women/Minority Business Entity (SWMBE) Program.

Stephen received his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin where he was a Dean’s Award winner and Consortium of Graduate Studies and Management scholarship recipient. He attended Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA on a football scholarship (Go Bison!) and was a GTE Academic All-American, graduating with a BA in Economics.