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SoftServe Hires BMC's Borack To Lead Verticals & Systems
SoftServe Hires BMC's Borack To Lead Verticals & Systems
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JANUARY
27
2014

Brian Borack Joins SoftServe Inc., as Senior Vice President and Vertical Practice Leader, Infrastructure and Systems

Fort Myers, Fla. -- SoftServe Inc., a leading global outsourced product and application development company, today announced Brian Borack has been appointed Senior Vice President and Vertical Practice Leader, Infrastructure and Systems. Borack’s exceptional talent in business leadership and managerial excellence is demonstrated by his 20-year proven track record in business operations, product marketing, business development, channels, business planning and sales. Brian will be based in the Austin, Texas office, which recently opened in October of 2013.

“We are pleased to strengthen our senior management team with such a value-oriented and avid business leader,” said Alan Harlan, CEO, SoftServe. “With our global growth and vertical strategy, Brian will be instrumental in helping us deliver proactive and effective solutions to our clients within the infrastructure and systems industry.”

Prior to SoftServe, Borack was a leader at BMC Software where he managed operations for one of the company’s largest divisions and spearheaded the introduction of BMC outsourcing to the Ukraine. Brian previously held positions at Enterasys Networks, Austin Ventures, Fannie Mae and Accenture. In addition to co-founding an Austin-based infrastructure software startup, Borack brings a wealth of experience to the business.

“I am excited to be joining such a forward thinking, client and employee-focused organization. I look forward to working with the excellent teams at SoftServe, partnering with our clients and leveraging my expertise to continue to build on the company’s vertical strategy,” said Brian Borack.

Borack holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in business administration from The University of Texas.

About SoftServe Inc.

SoftServe, Inc., founded in 1993, is a leading global outsourced product and application development company dedicated to empowering businesses worldwide by providing end-to-end capabilities from product concept to completion. We leverage our Abiliton™ best practice framework for software development optimization, ensuring predictable, repeatable results, faster time to market and highest-quality applications. SoftServe delivers proactive solutions in the areas of SaaS/Cloud, Mobility, BI/Analytics and UI/UX for industries including Healthcare, Retail, Manufacturing, Logistics, and Infrastructure & Systems. SoftServe is a rapidly growing global company with over 3,000 professionals and offices in North America, Western Europe, Russia and Ukraine. More information can be found at http://www.softserveinc.com.

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