Incognito strengthens Executive Leadership Team with the Promotion of Chris Busch to Chief Technology Officer
VANCOUVER, BC (May 12, 2010) – Incognito Software Inc. today announced the promotion of Chris Busch to Chief Technology Officer (CTO) from his previous role of Vice President of Broadband Technology. The promotion comes at a time when Incognito Software is making significant strides to increase its product portfolio in order to better help service providers overcome their provisioning challenges. In this position, Chris Busch will oversee the development of Incognito’s product family, which includes Broadband Command Center, Service Activation Center and Address Commander, and ensure that they continue to meet the evolving needs of the industry.
“Since joining the company, Chris has proven himself to be a valuable asset to Incognito Software,” said Stephane Bourque, President and CEO of Incognito Software. “His technology leadership and background in wireline and wireless carrier core have made a tremendous impact on the expansion of Incognito’s product capabilities.”
Chris Busch joined Incognito in 2005 as Vice President of Broadband Technology and was responsible for the management and planning of Incognito Software’s technology path. In this role, Chris Busch oversaw the development of Broadband Command Center, shaping it into the multi-standard and multi-environment device provisioning solution it is today.
“I am honored to be Incognito Software’s new CTO,” commented Chris Busch, “During my 5 years at Incognito Software, the company has invested heavily in the research and development of provisioning technologies. I am excited about Incognito’s future and committed to increasing the depth and breadth of Incognito’s product family in order to better serve our customers.”