The Vessel Group Names Dusti Krchnak Director of Training and Support

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The Vessel Group Names Dusti Krchnak Director of Training and Support

Her reputation for delivering world-class training sessions is well known in the CTRM industry.

The Vessel Group announced today that Dusti Krchnak has been named director of training and support. Bringing over 15 years of software experience to the company, Krchnak will spearhead a new training initiative for current and future clients and leverage her extensive commodity trading and risk management (CTRM) knowledge to lead the company’s support team.

The Vessel Group CEO, Dennis Hatchett, said, “We are so excited to welcome Dusti to The Vessel Group – her reputation for delivering world-class training sessions is well known in the CTRM industry, and her background makes her the perfect lead for our support team.”

In prior roles, Krchnak served for nearly 10 years as a senior training specialist at Allegro Development. Prior to that position, Krchnak served in a variety of roles, including director of operations, product manager, trade desk director and consulting manager for several software companies.

Krchnak’s key goals in this role are to ensure all users are comfortable and on-boarded to new CTRM software and to leverage her diverse experience in operational and consulting roles to provide tailored support to all users.

About the Vessel Group

The Vessel Group is an energy consulting and talent sourcing firm based in Houston, Texas. Leveraging their relationship-based model, The Vessel Group provides leadership and guidance to energy companies as they make crucial business decisions connected to people, processes and technology. Multi-year implementations and extensive costs require companies to seek technology-solution firms with comprehensive industry knowledge, resourcefulness and experience – learn more about our company’s dedication to those traits at https://www.thevesselgrp.com.

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