HR Notices From October 23
Trubiquity Names Mike Richards CIO: Troy-based Trubiquity, a leading global provider of managed file transfer, process automation and integration software, announced that Mike Richards had been named CIO. At Trubiquity, Richards will focus on leading the technology strategy, strengthening the product line, and strategically positioning the company with new solutions that meet the growing challenges of business supply chain collaboration and information management. Richards has over 30 years experience leading advanced technology development and bringing innovative products to market as both Internet-based SaaS offerings and enterprise software solutions. At IBM he held roles in research and development, product management, and marketing, led several collaborative products to market, and co-authored a patent in Internet portals. At Ford Motor Co. and Monsanto he held CTO and group CIO roles and helped introduce cloud computing and other software and collaboration innovations. Most recently as president of Visioneering Partners, he has worked with CIOs and CTOs in a variety of industries in the areas of IT strategy, product design, SOA, Big Data, cloud computing, and service management. Trubiquity serves 6,500 companies with 60,000 users in the automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, retail, finance, healthcare and consumer goods industries. For more information, visit www.trubiquity.com.
David Isabell joins ASTI’s Grand Rapids Office: dave Isabell started in ASTI Environmental’s Grand Rapids Sept. 4. He brings four years of environmental consulting experience with specific expertise in phase I environmental site assessments, phase II investigations, soil gas testing, methane testing, underground storage tank assessments, groundwater monitoring and property condition evaluations. He has a bachelor of science degree in environmental geology from the University of Michigan.