BidSync Introduces New Vice President of Research and Development

Jun 14, 2010, 08:00 ET from BidSync

AMERICAN FORK, Utah, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- We are pleased to announce that Mr. Frederic Tillman has joined BidSync's Executive Management team as the Vice President of Research and Development.  He has extensive experience developing and deploying complex global commercial software products and services for a diverse spectrum of industries.  Mr. Tillman has held executive and leadership positions in software product development at various companies including L-3 Communications, ARI Network Services and ADAC Health Care; winner of the 1996 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

Mr. Tillman is responsible for all BidSync's system design, development and upgrades, including the coordination of product definition and strategy.  As a senior member of our Executive Team, he is also responsible for guiding the company's strategic direction and expansion of the of the core system's capabilities.  

Mr. Tillman earned a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from Oklahoma State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Texas Christian University. He has a broad understanding of system architectures, programming languages, software development processes and product management.  He has developed several successful software products for the ecommerce, aerospace, and health care markets.

About BidSync

BidSync creates an array of SaaS-based, electronic procurement solutions offering comprehensive purchasing and procurement services for government agencies and businesses across North America to organize, automate, and manage their entire eProcurement process. By using the BidSync eProcure™ system, agencies recognize an immediate increase in productivity and efficiency, saving up to 90% off the cost of creating and maintaining procurement processes and an additional 20-30% off the costs of goods and services.  As an industry leader, BidSync is committed to consistently providing innovative solutions to government agencies seeking to increase productivity, decrease costs, increase compliance and transparency and to streamline the bidding process for all parties involved.