Spatial Networks (SNI), a geospatial information and technology firm headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL, announced two internal promotions effective March 1 that will help guide the company toward its robust growth plans for 2018 and beyond.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. (PRWEB) MARCH 02, 2018
Zac McCormick, who has served as SNI’s Director of Engineering for the last three years, was named Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In his new role, McCormick will have executive authority and be responsible for all commercial products and assume management of the engineering teams for mobile and web, systems architecture, roadmap, resourcing, budgeting, and, in collaboration with the CIO, ensure that the company’s products and valuable data are secure.”
“Zac has been instrumental in the technology innovation for Fulcrum (SNI’s data collection platform) since its earliest inception,” said Spatial Networks Founder and CEO, Tony Quartararo. “He has an ability to solve highly complex technical problems as well as business acumen that is intelligent and informative. We often have to make difficult decisions with products and I’ve come to respect and rely upon Zac’s thought process in making decisions.
“Bill is a seasoned geospatial professional and brings significant IT expertise to the team as well, and so it was a natural evolution and fit to ask Bill to take on this new role. In recognition of that broad and robust background, I’m also happy to see Bill agreed to shoulder the responsibility of being SNI’s first GIO as well, so that we can stay current on geospatial data best practices, location privacy issues and information security. I’m confident that SNI and our customers will benefit greatly from this leadership.”
SNI currently employs 38 people, but the company’s strategic plan for 2018 includes increasing staff to 62 by year’s end. To learn more about SNI and view its current available positions, visit spatialnetworks.com/company.
About Spatial Networks: Founded in 2000, Spatial Networks specializes in solving the most challenging business problems for its customers by leveraging geography and geographical information systems, including the mobile data collection platform Fulcrum. Spatial Networks is headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL, but employs remote staff across of the United States. The company also utilizes a network of more than 100,000 geospatial professionals in more than 150 countries around the world to obtain the most accurate, timely, and relevant data for its clients.