For Immediate Release
GroupLogic Signs Former Industry Analyst and CA Executive
Lofgren brings broad mid-market expertise and extensive experience guiding product and market strategy for technology leaders and Global 2000 companies
Arlington, VA, September 8, 2010 - GroupLogic (GLI), a leading provider of digital content-driven solutions for collaboration in the enterprise and the cloud, announced today it hired Anders Lofgren as Vice President, Product Management. Anders will play a key role in architecting GroupLogic’s product strategy to address the growing market demand for offerings that improve how workers share digital assets.
“Anders’ proven track record setting strategy for leader companies and his career-long focus on digital infrastructure makes him an excellent fit for GroupLogic and the market opportunities we are seeing today,” said Chris Broderick, CEO of GroupLogic. “We are very pleased to add an industry veteran to our team that brings such depth of experience and breadth of relationships.”
Lofgren joins GroupLogic after several years as the chief research officer for The InfoPro, an advisory and research firm for IT professionals, vendors and institutional investors. There, he lead all research initiatives as well as spurred the company’s initial forays into cloud computing. Prior to his tenure at The InfoPro, Lofgren directed product and business strategy at Computer Associates (CA) for its mid-market and storage business unit. He had previously managed CA’s storage and information management product lines and guided the unit through related strategic acquisitions. Lofgren also spent several years working as an industry research analyst for leading firms such as Forrester Research and Giga Information Group, often quoted in major technology trade and business publications on the subject of storage hardware and storage management.
“Throughout my career, I’ve seen that good infrastructure and good business process are inextricably linked, and I’m proud to be joining a company whose technology addresses both,” said Lofgren. “Leader companies are recognizing that better collaboration solutions are key to unleashing the value of their digital content investments, making this an especially exciting time to join GroupLogic.”
In addition to his leadership roles at top industry research firms and CA, Lofgren served as strategic marketing manager for Compaq Computer Corporation and directed marketing for Zetari, Inc. Lofgren earned his Bachelor of Arts in Government from Lehigh University.
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.