PLANO, TX (June 6, 2022) – Geoforce, a global leader in connected intelligence solutions for asset tracking across rugged operations, today announced a set of key appointments in the company’s senior leadership team and Board of Managers. In support of increasing market demand, the four recently appointed leaders will help to propel the company’s continued growth and market leadership position in the telematics industry.
Over the past several months, Geoforce has strengthened its executive leadership with the addition of two key new leaders:
Kyle Bowker has joined Geoforce as Chief Revenue Officer. He brings more than three decades of sales and executive leadership experience with deep expertise in accelerating growth for enterprise technology and software companies. As CRO, Kyle is responsible for leading Geoforce’s continued growth and go-to-market strategies.
Chris Gardner has joined Geoforce as Chief Technology Officer. He has vast experience across product design, innovation, and operations for both hardware and software-focused companies. As CTO, Chris is responsible for Geoforce’s Track and Trace solutions roadmap and continued product innovation strategies.
Geoforce has also recently added two key members to its Board of Managers:
Newly appointed to the Geoforce Board of Managers, Andy Roberts brings expertise built from a successful career leading multiple technology companies, including serving as president and CEO of Fleet One, a technology-focused fleet management solutions company.
Returning to the Geoforce Board of Managers, Mark Slaughter has vast experience leading and advising companies that develop market-disrupting and innovative IoT solutions for the oil and gas industry. In addition to his role on the Geoforce Board, Mark is CEO and a board member at Infrastructure Networks, a leading provider of advanced connectivity and IoT solutions for remote and distributed field operations in critical infrastructure industries.
“As Geoforce continues to grow and expand in our key markets of oil and gas, fleet, construction, rail, mining, agriculture, and more, we sought out experienced leaders to help guide the next era of the company’s growth,” said James MacLean III, Geoforce CEO. “With these strategic appointments, we have the right team in place to advance Geoforce’s growth and to continue raising the bar for our customers who rely on us for rugged hardware and intelligent software solutions.”
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Combining a cloud-based software platform with ruggedized GPS tracking devices, Geoforce’s Track and Trace solutions bring control to even the most remote field operations. Our asset tracking devices are built for the world’s toughest field operators in these industries: oil and gas, rail, construction, mining, transportation, government/defense, and agriculture. Today more than 1,300 customers track 150,000+ assets in almost 100 countries. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Geoforce operates a research and development office in Bozeman, Montana. Sales and support offices are maintained throughout the U.S. and in Brazil, Australia, and Canada.