Agilence Adds Key Hire to Executive Leadership Team.

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Posted by Adam Creamer - 19 July, 2018


MOUNT LAUREL, NJ - July 19, 2018 – Agilence, Inc., the leading provider of vertical-focused analytics solutions to the retail, grocery, pharmacy, and restaurant industries, today announced the addition of Brian Harvell as Chief Technology Officer.  This key hire brings a wealth of experience and strategic expertise as Agilence continues their acceleration into the next stage of growth.

Harvell brings nearly 30 years of diverse leadership experience in systems architecture, software development, operations infrastructure, and security management.  In his new role, he will be responsible for leading all aspects of Agilence’s technology development and utilization including management of software development and the overall operational responsibility of technology infrastructure.  Prior to joining Agilence, Brian held leadership positions with a number of technology companies including Comcast, SevOne, Katabat, and Prevalent.

“Agilence is making a major impact in retail and restaurant analytics, but as technology continues to evolve it is vital that we stay ahead of the curve,” said Harvell.  “I am excited to be joining the Agilence team and to be leading its technology strategy.”

“I am very pleased that we were able to add such an accomplished leader to our team,” said Russ Hawkins, President & CEO, Agilence.  “Brian’s expertise and skills will help us retain our technology leadership and achieve even more success as we move forward.”

Topics: Press Room

Posted by Adam Creamer

Adam Creamer is the Marketing Communications Manager and Head of Events at Agilence. He has previously held positions in finance and recruitment at other organizations, making him a self-proclaimed jack of all trades. Adam is also an avid runner and independent beer enthusiast…though not always at the same time.


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