Smartphones, Google Earth, Yelp - all those things have made everybody much more effective in their consumption of geospatial data. Our trade will be growing in the next 10 years, because everything has a geospatial component.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (PRWEB) September 10, 2018
Spatial Networks (SNI), a geospatial information and technology firm headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL, is excited to announce the addition of Brian Monheiser to their executive team.
Monheiser joins as the Executive Vice President for Government Solutions - Global, responsible for delivering Spatial Networks’ products (including the data-on-demand service Foresight and data collection platform Fulcrum) to the U.S. Federal Government, NATO, the United Nations, and other international governments and organizations. He joins the SNI team with more than 19 years of professional geospatial technology experience within the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community, most recently as the Senior Director of U.S. Federal Programs at Boundless.
“I’ve known Brian for several years now and have been incredibly impressed with his ability to deliver top-quality solutions to the government’s mission while also growing revenue and closing big wins,” said SNI Founder and CEO Tony Quartararo. “Brian’s focus and professionalism is a great addition to our entire Spatial Networks team, and I am excited about him joining our senior leadership to help steer the company over the next several years. We have ambitious plans and aggressive strategies, but with Brian on the team, I am exceptionally confident that these plans are more within reach than ever.”
A native of Colorado, Monheiser currently lives in Illinois, where he is the Chapter President for the Midwest Chapter of Military Open Source Software (MilOSS) and an active contributor to the American Geographical Society.
“Smartphones, Google Earth, Yelp - all those things have made everybody much more effective in their consumption of geospatial data,” Monheiser said. “Our trade will be growing in the next 10 years, because everything has a geospatial component.”
In 2018, Spatial Networks reached a company milestone of 50 full-time employees, and is planning to add more than a dozen positions in the coming months. To learn more about the company and view current available positions, visit spatialnetworks.com/company.
About Spatial Networks: Founded in 2000, Spatial Networks specializes in solving the most challenging business problems for its customers by leveraging geography and geographical information systems, including the mobile data collection platform Fulcrum. Spatial Networks is headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL, but employs remote staff across of the United States. The company also utilizes a network of more than 100,000 geospatial professionals in more than 150 countries around the world to obtain the most accurate, timely, and relevant data for its clients.