CCC Information appoints executive vice president of products and technology
Aug 19, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
CCC Information Services Inc., a provider of technology, data and insight solution to customers, has appointed Peter Morowski as executive vice president of products and technology.
An executive with more than 25 years of leadership experience in software development and product management, Morowski will lead CCC's product strategy and oversee all aspects of product development, delivery and marketing. Prior to joining CCC, Morowski served as the Senior vice president of Technology for Sabre Airline Solutions, where he was responsible for delivering SaaS-based e-commerce, commercial planning and airline operation solutions to more than 350 airlines worldwide.
"Peter is a passionate product and technology executive and proven operational expert with deep experience in the software as a service business model," said, CCC's Chairman and CEO Githesh Ramamurthy. "His experience in the airline industry aligns directly to CCC's strengths of platform, network and data and the orchestration of the three in solving complex business problems for our customers, while delivering value to the end consumer."
Prior to Sabre, Morowski was Senior vice president of Products for Borland, a world-class provider of requirements, test and change management solutions. There he was responsible for the delivery of enterprise class Application Lifecycle Management products and led the strategy and delivery of the industry's first business intelligence-based suite of tools focused on providing software development analytics and metrics. Previously, Morowski held senior executive technical and business executive positions at Dell, IBM Tivoli, and Novell.
"I am excited to join CCC and look forward to being part of the team as we work to capitalize on recent technology and business investments and bring new sources of value to existing and future customers," added Morowski.
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