Intellidyne promotes Ric Sears to SVP for technology and innovation

Ric SearsIntelliDyne, LLC announced on June 13 that it has promoted Richard (Ric) Sears to the role of senior vice president for technology and innovation. Sears joined the growing firm in July 2011. He will focus on integrating Enterprise Infrastructure Management (EIM) technical services with IntelliDyne’s recently added Advanced Analytics capabilities for measurable business results and practical solutions.

Tony Crescenzo, IntelliDyne’s CEO, noted, “Ric Sears is an indispensable part of our forward-thinking A-Team of talented management innovators that understand how to connect the dots between technology and business outcomes. We’re excited to promote Ric to the position of senior vice president in support of our strategic expansion and growth.”

With a proven track record of 20 years of hands-on experience in the Information Technology field, Sears has held the position of senior director of software engineering and development at both the American Red Cross and the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators. His acumen for innovation has allowed him to develop expertise in the evaluation of new technologies in Help Desk and Network Management services. Sears brings in-depth knowledge of software application development frameworks and lifecycle management of client mission critical applications. Sears is also one of the principal architects of IntelliDyne’s newly formed approach to solving business challenges within government IT environments through agile methodologies.

Under Sears’s leadership, the IntelliDyne Technical Advisory Council (ITAC) will continue to help direct the company by forecasting future trends and strategic opportunities that align with IntelliDyne’s technical capabilities.

Sears’s earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The George Washington University. He has been recognized for his advanced career as a certified project management professional by the Project Management Institute since 2012.

Source: IntelliDyne