Mobile resource management and business intelligence solutions provider Spireon has named a new CEO.
Marc Brungger replaces Brian Boling, who is transitioning into an advisory role on the company’s board. Boling is the company’s founder.
“I am honored and privileged to join the outstanding team at Spireon which has led to the company’s current position at the forefront of our industry,” said Brungger. “As a true innovator and visionary, Brian Boling built this company from a concept drawn on a napkin to the industry force it is today. I look forward to building on his legacy and working closely with Brian as we transition Spireon toward a billion dollar enterprise in the next few years. This is my vision for the company, and I have no doubt that we will be able to accomplish it.”
Boling led Spireon since its founding, building a portfolio of cloud-based GPS tracking and management systems.
As the executive vice president of auto physical damage at Mitchell, Brungger was a developer of integrated technology solutions and steered the company through a successful transition from legacy software products to a unified platform capable of supporting solutions for three vertical markets, Spireon said.
“This has been a truly amazing ride for me,” said Boling. “Spireon is my passion, and I will carry on my advocacy for Spireon’s employees, customers, investors and all stakeholders of the company. I am extremely proud of the world-class team we have assembled here, whose passion, commitment and dedication to serve are the very reason we were able to continuously celebrate record-breaking sales, I’m confident that this outstanding team will continue to break records and deliver exceptional value to customers under the experienced leadership of Brungger.”