EnergyConnect Group has named Andrew Warner as chief financial officer (CFO) and secretary of the company. Warner replaces Randy Reed, who decided to step down from his position and remain in Portland, Oregon following the transfer of the company’s headquarters to Campbell, California. Reporting to EnergyConnect president and chief executive Kevin Evans, Warner is assuming responsibility for the company’s finance, accounting, investor relations and administration duties effective immediately.
Warner has more than 20 years of experience in financial and general management, serving the needs of technology, manufacturing and service companies. For the past two years, he has been a consultant to emerging technology companies. Prior to that, Warner was the CFO of SmartDisk Corporation, a leading provider of storage solutions that was sold to Verbatim in 2007. He held the position of chief executive of Zio Corporation, a private, digital consumer electronics company acquired by SmartDisk in 2005. Prior to Zio, he served as CFO of SCM Microsystems, a public company in the security and digital electronics markets.
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