Omnitracs names president and COO

Omnitracs has named David Post president and COO. Post has nearly two decades of experience in the technology space, the company said, and will oversee Omnitracs’ strategic planning and operations.

“With an amazing legacy of delivering market-leading fleet management applications, Omnitracs has built a portfolio of outstanding products and services that help truck fleets optimize their business operations, improve their customer service, and comply with industry regulations to ensure driver safety,” said Post (at right). “I look forward to bringing my experience in Software-as-a-Service and mobile applications to bear upon the organization as we continue to evolve Omnitracs to meet the technology needs of private and for-hire fleets around the globe.”

Post comes to Omnitracs from MRI Software, LLC, a provider of enterprise SaaS solutions for the global commercial and apartment real estate industry. As chief executive officer at MRI, Post led the effort to acquire MRI Software from Intuit, Inc. and oversaw the build out and growth of MRI as a stand-alone software company.  Prior to MRI, Post served as vice president of customer operations at Sunquest Information Systems, a provider of diagnostic technology and outreach software solutions for the healthcare industry. He has also held positions at CIGNA, Kintana, Accenture and Keane Consulting.

“We’re confident that David’s extensive technology experience, specifically with vertically-focused enterprise software companies, will help us to evolve our product offerings and better serve our customers,” said John Graham, CEO of Omnitracs. “Given his strong management and business development experience, David is well positioned to support Omnitracs’ short and long-term goals, and we’re thrilled to have him join our team.”

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