DALLAS, Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
IntelliCentrics, Inc., the provider of Reptrax, announces Eli Spirer has been named Executive Vice President, Teresa Finn has been named Vice President of New Market Development, and Greg Goyne has been named Vice President of Marketing. They will serve on the IntelliCentrics executive team, headed by Spirer who reports to Michael Sheehan, Chief Executive Officer.
Spirer is responsible for the overall operations of IntelliCentrics. He was formerly EVP, U.S. and Latin American Retail Operations for Retalix, an Israeli-based company that provides software and service solutions to retailers and distributors worldwide. He founded and led their U.S. subsidiary, growing total annual revenue from $2 million to over $140 million.
"Eli brings us a wealth of management experience in retail technology, software development and IT services that complements the strengths of our executive team and sets the stage for our next growth phase," stated Sheehan. "He is an extremely respected, dedicated leader whose focus on the customer is almost legendary."
Spirer holds a Business and Hotel Management degree from Technion-Machon Technologi Le'Israel. He is one of the founders and current board member of the Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce.
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Teresa Finn, Vice President of New Market Development, was formerly Managing Director at Friedman's Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Constellation Software, and managed Global Operations for Viewlocity Technologies serving customers in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Finn is charged with identifying and capitalizing on opportunities for IntelliCentrics in new markets. She brings two decades of experience in providing customer-centric solutions for industries that include supply chain, banking, oil and gas, manufacturing and defense. Finn earned her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Greg Goyne, Vice President of Marketing, was most recently a partner at Firehouse, IntelliCentrics' marketing and branding agency. Heading the agency's branding practice, Goyne led a team to research and define the IntelliCentrics' brand strategy with the goal of gaining market share and expanding into new markets. Over the course of his career, Greg has led the development and execution of integrated marketing programs for an array of brands, including Baylor Health Care Services, WGU Texas, Huawei, Interstate Batteries, Gulfstream Aerospace, McDonald's, Kraft and Heinz. Goyne earned his Bachelor of Arts followed by a MBA in brand management, both from the University of North Carolina.
Sheehan welcomed Finn and Goyne to IntelliCentrics' executive team commenting, "These announcements come at an important time for us as we extend IntelliCentrics' reach into new markets around the world and capitalize on the abundant opportunities in security and compliance management. Teresa and Greg will play an integral role in identifying and developing the next-generation of service offerings and engaging current and prospective customers in our goal of making the world a safer place."
The new executive team brings 20-year proven track records in IT, data management, operations, sales and marketing from key roles at some of the world's largest and fastest growing technology companies and service providers.
About IntelliCentrics, Inc.
IntelliCentrics specializes in delivering operational security and compliance management services which are determined by an individual's privilege to enter specific areas in a given facility. With a dedication to safety and innovation, IntelliCentrics works with experts in a variety of fields to deliver comprehensive security plans. IntelliCentrics, Inc. owns and operates Reptrax, the requested and referenced standard for healthcare vendor credentialing. For more information, visit http://www.intellicentrics.com/.