Celarix Promotes Technology Veterans and Enhances Management Team.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 28, 2000
Celarix, Inc. (www.celarix.com), which is dedicated to bringing real customers Web-centric collaborative technology to improve the global supply chain, announces the appointments of Evan Stamoulis, John D. Marshall, and John Joyce to the company's management team. The three executives will lead efforts to develop Celarix' marketing and new technology initiatives.
"Since joining Celarix, Evan Stamoulis and John Joyce have bolstered our technology development program and dramatically enhanced our commerce, management, and intelligence services offered to our customers," stated Evan Schumacher, CEO of Celarix. "As an extension of our technology management team, Stamoulis and Joyce are committed to providing leading-edge, Web-based solutions for our customers - shippers and transportation service providers alike - and will continue to differentiate Celarix from the competition by providing superior, customer-centric products and services."
Evan Stamoulis has been named vice president and chief information officer. Stamoulis is a technology veteran, with over a decade of experience in systems integration, network design, systems administration and data center operations. Prior to joining Celarix, he was a principal consultant at Computer Science Corporation's consulting technology practice, where he was the recipient of CSC's prestigious Award for Technical Excellence. During his 10 years at CSC, Stamoulis managed many large-scale projects, including a large distributed 3-tier systems integration solution for a major television network and a large client/server systems integration solution for the automation of personal income tax form processing. He is a graduate of St. Anselm College, where he earned his bachelor's degree in management information systems (MIS).
John Joyce has been named vice president of software development. As an experienced software development professional, Joyce has overseen the delivery of leading-edge software products, including development tools, retail applications and manufacturing systems. He most recently served as director of engineering for Internet products at Segue Software, where he managed and contributed to the development of one of the first Web and java testing tools. Joyce also has held senior engineering positions at Gensym Corporation, Gradient Technologies and Digital Equipment Corporation. Joyce is a graduate of Dublin City University in Ireland, where he earned his bachelor's degree in computer science.
John D. Marshall has been named vice president of marketing strategy. Marshall's diverse background includes experience in product strategy, new business development, knowledge management and consulting. Prior to joining Celarix, Marshall worked at Manhattan Associates, where he served as project director and manager on more than 25 domestic and international implementation programs for a variety of industries. During his tenure at Manhattan Associates, he led the Knowledge Management Group, launched international operations in the United Kingdom and The Netherlands, and designed software modules relating to transportation, load planning and global logistics. Marshall is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology, where he earned his bachelor's degree in industrial engineering.
"John Marshall has been an enormous asset to our organization. By leading our marketing strategy team, John will play an important role in positioning Celarix to continue broadening our solutions and services to fit the needs of our global customer base," Schumacher added. "His strong technology and business development experience will continue to be a great asset for Celarix as we move into our next phase of product growth and market expansion."
About Celarix, Inc.
Based in Cambridge, Mass., Celarix, Inc. (www.celarix.com) was founded in August 1998 by experts from the supply chain, logistics, technology and transportation industries. By leveraging decades of logistics experience, Celarix brings real customers Web-centric collaborative technology to improve the global supply chain, whether they're moving products across the street or around the globe. Celarix enables logistics transactions and connects customers with their internal systems and supply chain partners through the latest messaging technologies, ultimately providing retailers, manufacturers, distributors, carriers, freight forwarders and other trading partners with the information they need to improve customer service and profitability.
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