For Immediate Release
GroupLogic, Inc. Appoints New CEO
Executive Leader Chris Broderick to Chart Strategic Course for Company’s Future Growth
Arlington, Va., March 17, 2010 – GroupLogic, a leading provider of desktop client integration and data transfer solutions, today announced the appointment of Chris Broderick as the company’s new chief executive officer (CEO). As a software industry veteran, Broderick brings over fifteen years of executive leadership in the areas of IT security, identity, storage, and infrastructure management to GroupLogic. Broderick was also appointed to GroupLogic’s Board of Directors. The company also announced that the former CEO, T. Reid Lewis will remain on as President and Co-Founder.
“GroupLogic has established itself as a recognized leader in key market segments involving enterprise tools for the Macintosh and managed file transfer,” said Chris Broderick, CEO of GroupLogic. “With this appointment, I look forward to working with our rich ecosystem of customers and partners to leverage the success that we have built to propel GroupLogic technology adoption and capture new growth opportunities. Going forward, we’ll establish new strategies for our company that will deliver increased value for our customers while further increasing our competitive edge. Towards these goals, we’ll announce important changes to our company and our solutions in the coming months.”
Broderick was most recently CEO of CoreStreet, a firm specializing in converged security software, which was acquired by ActivIdentity in December of 2009. Prior to joining CoreStreet, Broderick acted as Senior Vice President and General Manager of CA's (NYSE: CA) $500 million storage management business unit. Broderick also served as Senior Vice President and General Manager for CA’s North American Consulting Business, a $125M unit. Broderick holds a B.S. in both Aerospace Engineering and Mathematics from the University of Maryland, and did his graduate work in Electrical Engineering at George Mason University.
“This is an important time for GroupLogic and the Board is excited about Chris’ decision to take over the reins of the company,” said John Malone, Chairman of the Board for GroupLogic. “On the one hand, Chris brings with him a proven track record of successful executive leadership. And on the other, GroupLogic is a solid breakeven company with a rich suite of technology combined with over 4,500 satisfied customers. To put it in a nutshell, when you combine Chris’ experience and leadership with GroupLogic’s success in the market the company is perfectly positioned for rapid growth.”
Lewis commented on Chris Broderick’s appointment, “Speaking for myself and all of the staff at GroupLogic, we’re excited to work with Chris to build on the traditions of excellent products and customer service that have made GroupLogic a trusted partner to our customers and channel partners around the world. We’re eager to work with Chris as he leads us into the future.”
Leah Gabriel Nurik
Gabriel Marketing Group
GroupLogic helps enterprise and education IT organizations simply and securely integrate diverse computing platforms into enterprise environments, connecting employees to enterprise files, content and assets to facilitate a more productive and efficient work environment. With more than two decades of experience, GroupLogic leads the marketplace in helping IT organizations effectively and easily manage the integration of Apple products into the enterprise ecosystem. Whether IT organizations are looking to integrate existing Apple assets, purchase additional Apple hardware like Macs and iPads, or want to take advantage of the hardware costs savings that accompany the adoption of IT consumerization, GroupLogic enables IT organizations to easily and securely manage the rapid integration of diverse platforms while ensuring resources are optimized. GroupLogic enables the enterprise to focus on what is really important - competitive differentiation, improved employee productivity, mitigated risk and reduced costs. GroupLogic's proven products - mobilEcho, ExtremeZ-IP, ArchiveConnect, and MassTransit - are in use by some of the world's most innovative companies, including Christie's, International Greetings and Omnicom Group.