Washington: TerraGo, a global provider of location intelligence software solutions, announced on Tuesday the appointment of Chris Broderick as president and chief executive officer. Along with Broderick’s appointment, TerraGo has relocated its corporate headquarters to Washington, D.C.
“TerraGo’s future success requires not only new growth capital, but also new leadership with proven strategic and operational experience,” said TerraGo Chairman Dave Ellison. “I am confident that Chris is the right leader to guide the next phase of the company’s growth, while maintaining the excellence in customer service and product innovation for which TerraGo is known,” Ellison added. “I am truly excited at the opportunity to join a company with such a strong foundation of proven technology, talented employees, industry-leading partners and loyal customers,” said Broderick who was most recently the CEO of GroupLogic, which was acquired by Acronis in 2012.
“TerraGo has relocated its corporate headquarters to Washington, D.C. to improve collaboration and optimize support for the company’s strategically important defense and intelligence customer base. TerraGo’s existing offices in Atlanta and Los Angeles, which have produced some of the most widely adopted geospatial technologies in the industry, will remain engineering centers of excellence,” according to a company statement.