Titan Appoints Scot Thrash as VP of Account Development

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Former Enterprise Holding's Senior Environmental Compliance Specialist, Scot Thrash, Joins Titan Management Group as VP of Account Development

Titan Management Group, the leading provider of environmental, fuel, and facility software solutions for convenience store and commercial fleet operators in North America, announced today the appointment of Scot Thrash to the role of Vice President of Account Development.

Thrash will be responsible for leading Titan’s account management and client implementation efforts. A recognized industry expert, Thrash most recently served as Senior Environmental Compliance Specialist for Enterprise Holdings, the world’s largest fleet operator with over $14 billion in annual sales and a fleet of one million vehicles, where he led centralized above ground storage tank (AST) and underground storage tank (UST) compliance management initiatives for the global company. Thrash also has in-depth expertise in facilities management.

“Scot brings a unique combination of industry knowledge and successful client-side software implementation experience to Titan and I’m confident that he’ll help our clients gain even more value from our software and services,” commented David Freese, CEO of Titan Management Group.

“Having been a client myself for many years, I recognize the indispensability of Titan’s technology and the opportunities the company has to further raise the bar of compliance while improving facility and fuel management for the convenience store and commercial fleet industry,” said Thrash.

Thrash is a member of the Petroleum Equipment Institute, International Facility Managers Association, and a noted speaker on the topic environmental compliance.

About Titan

Titan offers the industry’s only integrated software solutions for petroleum marketers that enable efficient management of environmental, fuel, and facility compliance. Providing a shield of total compliance, Titan solutions safeguard the largest convenience store and commercial fleet operators against environmental risk, while helping them perform at peak efficiency.


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