VSS Monitoring has appointed James McNicholas as chief financial officer (CFO). McNicholas will be responsible for managing all financial operations, legal matters and employee relations, as well as actively contributing to strategic decisions impacting VSS Monitoring’s path to even greater growth and profitability.
McNicholas brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to VSS Monitoring, having run global financial operations for an array of technology companies. He started his career managing four divisions at IBM, including their mid-range servers, the consumer division, the storage systems and storage technology divisions. McNicholas orchestrated the sale of IBM’s storage technology division to Hitachi and became the top financial executive in the newly-formed Hitachi Global Storage Technologies.
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