Dynamo finds VP of Development for StrataGen

Date August 24, 2010

Dynamo Recruiting is pleased to announce the successful placement of Hide Horiuchi as Vice President of Development for Kirkland, Washington-based StrataGen, a world leader in wireless fleet management.

Dynamo matched StrataGen with Horiuchi, a seasoned veteran whose career spans technology design, development, testing, support, project management, and strategic planning of software products, technology services and enterprise IT life-cycles. Hide most recently worked as Managing Director of VMC Consulting, part of Volt Information Sciences, where he was responsible for the worldwide technology foundation that scaled the consulting company from $20 million to over $100 million.

“It’s an exciting time at StrataGen as we have many technology and product development initiatives underway, coupled with several high profile customer deliverables in the second half of the year,” says Matt Scheuing, StrataGen President. “I look forward to Hide’s leadership in tackling the challenge of helping us mature as a company, integrating our products as we evolve our worldwide transit platform.”

Prior to VMC Consulting, Hide held positions in diverse tech fields such as WatchGuard (VP of Engineering directing software/firmware/hardware development), AT&T Wireless (Director of Customer Systems Architecture) , along with various software/architecture roles at Sierra Geophysics/Halliburton Geophysical Services. Part of his educational background includes Master’s level work in Digital Cartography at the University of Washington.

StrataGen is a leading provider of dynamic, real-time, intelligent scheduling software for the demand-response transportation industry. The corporate mission is to help customers improve efficiency and reduce operating costs by implementing proven solutions in their operation. The company’s software is designed to give each operation the flexibility to manage and schedule the way they prefer. By providing the best set of tools to structure and define a scheduling strategy, the company is able to maximize operational resources to improve the bottom line.

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