FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TAMMY LEURQUIN JOINS SYNCHRONET AS CTO
Technology Background, Vast Experience and Industry Knowledge Enrich IT Organization
Scottsdale, AZ – 04 March 2019 – SynchroNet (www.synchronet.co) today announced Ms. Tammy Leurquin has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In her role, Tammy oversees the technology strategy, planning and operations for all SynchroNet companies, including SynchroNet Logistics, Inc., SynchroNet Marine (Marine), Inc. and SynchroNet Intermodal Services, Inc. (SIS).
Tammy will lead the companies’ IT department and implement processes, systems and applications to manage the container interchange, R2R™ and NADIS™ services offered by Marine and SIS. She is also responsible for vendor management, business partnership, governance, security and technical requirements to support the entire SynchroNet enterprise. Tammy reports to Bob Baker, SynchroNet President and CEO.
“Tammy’s wealth of technology and leadership experience, background in managing complex processes and big data is instrumental to the design, development and release of new services for SynchroNet,” said Bob Baker, president and CEO of SynchroNet. “Tammy’s extensive IT, process and logistics education, training and capabilities augment and enhance our current IT team and will stretch and expand the capabilities of the organization.”
“My passion is to create groundbreaking applications that simplify and streamline difficult problems,” said Tammy Leurquin, SynchroNet CTO. “Software development, process improvement and IT asset management come second nature to me. I have 14 years in transportation and logistics and over 20 years in IT. I look forward to bringing new energy to the IT department and being a fresh technology resource for the team.”
Tammy joins SynchroNet after five years as SVP IT and Operations at MatchBack Systems, Inc. Leurquin’s technical leadership, energy and expertise developed the backbone for MatchBack Systems’ scalable, collaborative industry platform to automate international container street-turns. She also successfully led program and system development for companies such as Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Schneider National and Rockwell Automation. Tammy holds a BS in Computer Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, WI. She has earned the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certifications.