Matt Barnum Joins Maponics As Vice President of Operations
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Maponics has announced Matt Barnum as the new Vice President of Operations. Matt joins the company from TomTom, where he was the Director of the Location Based Service Product Unit. Matt held several other operational management roles at TomTom and led a series of large-scale projects delivering valuable spatial content for government and B2B customers. Prior to his eight years at TomTom, Matt was Manager of Client Solutions at McGraw-Hill Construction Research & Analytics. Matt received a degree in economics, with a concentration in computer science, from Boston College. Matt reports that he's excited to join a dynamic company with a strong customer focus that has demonstrated consistent growth and can take immediate action on quick decisions. Matt is also pleased to be continuing his work in analytics as well as GIS and mapping: “I’ve always been very interested in maps and mapping, and this position brings that together with my interest in statistics and geo-analytics,” Matt explains. Dan Adams, Maponics' CEO, says that Matt's hiring rounds out the company's leadership team, which now consists of Adams, VP of Sales & Business Development Mark Friend, and Barnum. Adams comments:
“Matt joins Maponics at a time when strong operational oversight is critical. We are delighted that a business professional with deep process and operational experience in the areas of GIS and statistical analysis has come onboard."
Adams says that the recent changes to the management team, including his promotion from COO to CEO, reflect the growth instigated by the introduction of Context™, the market's first suite of lifestyle and behavior analytics. "I’m confident that we have the best possible team in place to continue to meet the needs of our customers,” adds Adams. Welcome Matt!