Gauge, a leading provider of innovative cloud-based global fleet tracking and equipment management solutions for heavy construction, government and fire and water restoration, recently announced the hire of Chief Information and Data Science Officer, Chris Azar.
Azar brings over 25 years of IT leadership experience successfully delivering projects from strategy to deployment. In this role, he will focus on bringing innovation to Gauge customers as well as the data insights they need to make better and faster business decisions.
“I’ve always been interested in how things work and breaking them down into their basic components so that I could rebuild them better with measurable performance improvements,” Azar said. “I’m very excited to help customers innovate and solve their problems before they know they have them.”
Gauge continues its ongoing investment of adding high caliber employees who can help the company grow and bring a wealth of experience to Gauge and its customers. Most recently, Azar served as CIO at Complia Health, leading engineering, infrastructure, and product transformation into AWS. He has also held key roles where he led multiple cloud migration projects from requirements to deployments and worked with companies to effectively streamline business processes and SDLC operations in the financial, healthcare, pharmaceuticals industries.
“We’ve worked with Chris, so we know his deep background and the type of expertise he’ll bring to our customers,” Gauge CEO Mike Paredes said. “He’s an enthusiastic partner who is invested in producing the best possible outcomes. It’s a perfect fit for us, so we’re very excited.”.
To learn more about the company’s new executive appointments and related updates, please visit www.gaugecorp.com.
ABOUT GAUGE: Gauge is a leading Indianapolis-based provider of innovative cloud-based global fleet tracking and equipment management solutions for heavy construction, government and fire and water restoration industries. For the past decade, Gauge has been committed to helping heavy construction companies find new ways to manage their assets while reducing costs, boosting productivity, improving safety and security, and maximizing their return on capital investments.
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