Viecore Names Three New Vice Presidents of Technical Services
Viecore promoted Craig Blake, Guy Hoovler, and Christopher Sinn to the position of vice president of technical services.
Chris Sinn and Craig Blake both joined Viecore in the fall of 1992 with Guy Hoovler joining the company four years later in 1996. They have all held leadership roles at Viecore since starting, including developer, project manager, technical manager, director, and now vice president. They will be responsible for the management of multiple projects, accounts, and resources, as well as being involved in projects from the point-of-sale to delivery and maintenance of deployed solutions.
Blake will be accountable for solution development in addition to Viecore's CTI practice. Blake was awarded the President's Award in 1997 and 2000, Vice President's Award in 2002, "Best in Show" Award for CyberTalk, and the "Gold Award" from Integrion/IBM. Blake earned a bachelor's degree in computer science with a business minor, graduating Magna Cum Laude from St. John's University in New York.
Hoovler will be responsible for solution and asset development, as well as Viecore's Framework, a patent pending programming development suite. Hoovler was awarded the Viecore President's Award in 1997 and 2003 and the Vice President's Award in 2001. Hoovler studied computer science at the University of South Florida.
Sinn will be responsible for solution development, Viecore's IT infrastructure, and the Speech Services Team, encompassing the customer experience. Sinn was awarded the Viecore President's Award in 1997 and the Vice President's Award in 2003. Sinn graduated from Bucknell University where he received his bachelor's degree in economics and received his master's in information systems and finance from the NYU Stern School of Business.