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Tuesday January 31st, 2023 5:40PM

LocatorX Names Tom M. Pringle Chief Product & Technology Officer

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 13, 2022--

, an Internet of Things platform company that powers tag, track and trace solutions for its customers across industries, announced today that Tom M. Pringle has been named Chief Product & Technology Officer.

As CPTO, Pringle will lead on LocatorX’s product and its underlying technologies. Pringle will join a world-class team of technologists, entrepreneurs and customer success professionals focused on delivering LocatorX’s open IoT technology to help businesses solve some of their most challenging digitalization requirements. As CPTO, Pringle will report to Scott Fletcher, President and CEO.

“Tom joins us at a pivotal moment for our company as we expand our product suite and continue to grow our customer base,” said Fletcher. “His commitment to the mission of LocatorX ensures we deliver maximum value to our customers through our product strategy and vision.”

“I am honored to be joining the LocatorX team who, from our very first conversations have made me feel a part of LocatorX’s mission to make the Internet of Things a reality for every business,” said Pringle. “From entrepreneurs building new brands, through some of the world’s biggest enterprises, the challenge of digitizing processes that connect customers with product is one that LocatorX’s solution is exceptionally positioned to solve.”

Pringle has spent his entire professional career in technology, most recently as Director at Pilot Research Limited and has held executive, research and consulting roles with G2, Ovum (a part of Informa PLC), Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte and Datamonitor.

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KEYWORD: GEORGIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: DATA MANAGEMENT SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING IOT (INTERNET OF THINGS) TRANSPORT OTHER MANUFACTURING RETAIL SOFTWARE LOGISTICS/SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INTERNET

SOURCE: LocatorX

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