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Omnitracs taps Speicher for CTO

Omnitracs LLC, a San Diego-based provider of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, appointed veteran technology executive Dan Speicher as chief technology officer.

With more than 25 years of experience in managing information systems and leading infrastructure development and integration through mergers and acquisitions, Speicher will be responsible for providing a consolidated product vision and development strategy across all Omnitracs business units.

Speicher comes to Omnitracs from Hughes Telematics (HTI), where he led teams that developed telematics solutions for Fortune 500 customers. Following Verizon's purchase of HTI, he led the organization's corporate integration initiatives.

Previously, he spent 20 years with InfoGroup, a multinational list data and marketing solutions provider, where as chief technology officer he oversaw mergers and acquisitions and the development of a shared services infrastructure. He also served in the U.S. Air Force, where he flew on airborne intelligence collection missions during the Cold War and was an instructor and curriculum developer for airborne intelligence collection courses.

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