ALEXANDRIA, Va., June 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- RG, a management and technology services firm, has announced Liam Speden as Chief Technology Officer to lead the company's technology investments as it continues to expand its intellectual property and data science portfolio. The company has also appointed Christopher Samulski as Director of Software to continue the enhancement of the Jaguar® Family of Advanced Scheduling Tools (JFAST), and development of future software products & services.
Speden brings extensive experience in shaping and implementing transformative business solutions across a range of private and public-sector industries. Prior to joining RG, Liam led the development of new products and capabilities at Autodesk and Organizer, both Silicon Valley based technology companies.
"Liam's experience leading high-performance teams to develop and apply emerging technology to solve complex challenges aligns both with our strategy and our culture of innovation. His background makes him an expert, and his passion makes him part of our team," said Brad King, CEO.
Samulski, who has been with RG since 1997 and is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army National Guard, returned from active duty to his new role as Director of Software. "Chris is a respected leader and has worked with our software products for a large part of his career here. This combination makes him a natural fit for leading our development team as we take JFAST to the next level," said Andrew Robinson, President.
With these two new leaders in place, RG will accelerate expansion of its intellectual property advantage through applied research and technology transfer.
At RG, we partner with our clients to test and refine every solution to meet their exact needs. We take pride in tackling complex management challenges with fresh and innovative insights and in transforming our clients' vision into reality.
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