Candi Robison Joins Ontracks As President of US Operations
Ontracks EAM Consulting selects a new president of US operations to its subsidiary, Ontracks Enterprises.
FREMONT, CA: Ontracks EAM Consulting names Candi Robison as its new president of US operations to their subsidiary, Ontracks Enterprises. In light of the growth in US operations, Robison has been tapped to head up the US division after about 20 years working with IBM's Asset Management offering, Maximo.
Ontrack is fortunate to have someone like Candi Robison, with caliber and years of experience to lead its US operations. During the current uncertain times, Ontracks has continued to thrive, and find that its US operations would benefit from widened executive leadership. Candi Robinson is a strong advocate for Maximo, who is customer focused with sound leadership capabilities. As a former IBM sales and business development leader, Robison has a strong understanding of Ontrack's products and market.
Candi Robison has about 20 years of experience in the reliability industry and associated enterprise software. Robison has developed, led, and grown business units to awaken to the reliability goals of the world's largest and most complex organizations. Robison is a visionary leader with a focus on offering client success. She led the Watson IoT Portfolio in the Industrial Business Unit at IBM recently. She has also expressed an ability to build trusted relationships while driving growth in software and solution sales.
Robison has exciting said that she is honored to lead Ontracks' US operations. Ontracks has an outstanding reputation in the IBM Maximo community, and Robinson is looking forward to guiding the growth of this vibrant company.
Ontracks is a pioneering implementer of IBM's Enterprise Asset Management product Maximo and operational enhancement firm, working with clients across the globe to better their operational performance. Ontracks stresses on offering enterprise implementations and assisting its clients in realizing tangible and sustainable operational improvements.