I have never seen a solution contribute as much to the success of development organizations as Grip.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands (PRWEB) August 12, 2015
Grip announces that, effective immediately, Alan Harbitter becomes a shareholder and joins Grip’s Advisory Board.
“Alan’s 30 years of demonstrated success in executive roles with startups and public IT companies adds a valuable perspective to our board,” says Jan Princen. “We appreciate his willingness to contribute and look forward to benefitting from his judgment and insights.”
Alan will offer advice and guidance regarding Grip’s overall company strategy and further developing its rapidly growing customer base.
“It is very difficult to consistently deliver good software. In all the years of my career I have never seen a solution contribute as much to the success of development organizations as Grip. I am happy to assist them with their further growth," says Alan Harbitter.
In 1985 Dr. Harbitter co-founded an information technology services company, PEC Solutions Inc., and was jointly responsible for its growth to a NASDAQ traded company with over 1700 employees. He served as Chief Technology Officer and Chief Operating Officer of the company until its sale in 2005.
Dr. Harbitter received his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees in Computer Science from Cornell, the University of Maryland, and George Mason University (GMU), respectively. Dr. Harbitter currently serves on the boards of XBOSoft, ARC of Northern Virginia (an advocacy organization for the intellectually and developmentally disabled), the Medical Care For Children Partnership Foundation, and is the chairman of the George Mason University Computer Science Industry Advisory Board.
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