Datria adds Cronin to board of directors

Cronin brings more than 40 years of supply chain experience and leadership.

December 08, 2010 - MMH Editorial

Datria Systems, a provider of voice-enabled solutions for the mobile workforce, today announced that supply chain industry veteran Greg Cronin has joined the company’s board of directors. Cronin brings with him more than 40 years of experience in warehousing, logistics and supply chain technology, and currently holds the position of vice chairman and executive vice president with Quiet Logistics, a provider of consumer-driven fulfillment services.

“Greg is a valuable addition to Datria’s board,” said James Greenwell, president and CEO, Datria. “His outstanding track record, and expertise and guidance in the supply chain industry will assist with Datria’s rapid growth. We look forward to leveraging Greg’s vision and experience as we accelerate our market momentum.”

Cronin has previously held leadership and executive positions at a number of public and private companies, including Seegrid, TrenStar, Viewlocity, Manhattan Associates and Red Prairie.

“I joined Datria’s board because I am enthusiastic about the company’s technology and approach to voice-enabling today’s mobile workforce,” said Cronin. “Datria’s innovative technology is a game-changer in the fast-growing world of voice, and has the ability to extend solutions to mobile workers beyond the warehouse, resulting in unparalleled value to the enterprise. I look forward to being a part of the company’s exciting future.”



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