Spireon, the leading M2M provider of Mobile Resource Management and business intelligence solutions used by companies to maximize their mobile assets and workforce, is pleased to announce the addition of
Balooch assumes the role of Spireon’s Chief Information Officer (CIO), and will direct the company’s key information technology initiatives.
“Sam is a true information technology veteran, with over 20 years experience working with and leading IT departments for a broad range of companies,” says Spireon CEO
Balooch’s responsibilities includes the development of Spireon’s strategic technology goals to increase and expand Spireon’s information accessibility and integrated systems management. He oversees Spireon’s
“My priority is to ensure the NSpire platform continues to deliver the superior service availability, speed, reliability, scalability and security our customers need to stay instantly connected to their business intelligence and to assure the right business applications and processes are in place to take the organization to its next level,” explains Balooch.
Prior to joining Spireon, Balooch served as the CIO for
“I look forward to collaborating with Spireon’s leadership team as well as employees to bring our customers end-to-end M2M solutions that allow them to improve their business performance and drive more profitability to their bottom line,” says Balooch.
With leading market positions in the fleet, transportation and automotive telematics markets,
For additional information, please visit Spireon, Inc.’s website http://www.spireon.com.
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