MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J (USA) — Flash Global has taken another step forward in its ongoing effort to transform and redefine the service supply industry with the hiring of Denise MacDonell as its new Chief Technology Officer. MacDonell will lead and orchestrate efforts to innovate and accelerate the company’s technology approach to better serve customers by creating greater visibility and consistency into all Flash does.
“Denise is a change management guru with a proven track record of shaping software applications to drive value-added services to customers. Her strategies, vision and ability to leverage technology and people to create a collaborative, efficient environment that always puts the customer first — after all, we are in the services business — will be crucial to our success,” said Sam Mikles, Flash President and CEO.
Throughout her 15-year career, MacDonell has led and worked in turnaround and startup efforts with small, midsize and Fortune 100 companies. As vice president of Product Management for This Technology, she led the company’s transformation from an engineering-driven organization into one driven by product and software innovation. That successful evolution led Comcast Corporation to acquire This Technology in 2015 and Denise was appointed VP of Advertising Software, a role she held until coming to Flash.
ABOUT FLASH GLOBAL
Headquartered in New Jersey (USA), Flash Global provides the industry’s most comprehensive end-to-end suite of global service supply chain solutions that support many of the top OEMs in the world with either emerging or established technologies. Committed to a relentless pursuit of excellence, Flash offers an immense global infrastructure that enables companies to instantly scale in 140+ countries, creating consistency, predictability and visibility into their service supply chain. Flash has in-region and in-country expertise across its Global Command Centers, Global Service Centers, and immense network of global stocking and import/export locations to service our OEMs’ customer bases.