OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill., Oct. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Custom software development firm, Geneca, is proud to announce the appointment of Tim Kippley as Vice President of Account Strategy & Growth. In this capacity, Mr. Kippley will guide Geneca to reach its full potential as an organization defined by extraordinarily successful clients and employees.
As a key member of Geneca's executive team, Mr. Kippley will play a lead role in developing account strategies to deliver long-term value for Geneca clients, as well as direct all aspects of the firm's business development processes and overall growth strategy.
"As we build on our core strengths and develop strategies for our future success, this becomes an extremely important position for Geneca," states Geneca CEO, Joel Basgall. "Tim brings strategic thinking, tactical execution, and mentoring talent to his role at Geneca. I'm confident he will be a tremendous asset to Geneca for years to come."
"It's an exciting time to join the Geneca team," states Kippley. "This is one of the most highly regarded, trusted IT firms in the Chicago area. I look forward to working with Geneca to support its growth while protecting the culture and methodologies that have already brought it so much success."
A veteran of the Enterprise Software and Services Industry, Mr. Kippley comes to Geneca from software services firm LexisNexis, a global organization well known for its authority in legal, news and business information services. Here, Tim was Director of Solution Delivery in charge of product management for the firm's CRM and competitive intelligence products, as well as product vision and strategy.
Custom software development firm, Geneca, is recognized by its clients and the marketplace as a trusted advisor that consistently delivers great business value. Well known for its use of Getting Predictable(SM), the groundbreaking software requirements practices, Geneca is committed to setting its employees and clients up for success. Learn more about Geneca at www.Geneca.com. Visit Geneca's blog at http://www.gettingpredictable.com.