October 16, 2020 – Arraya Solutions announced today that it has hired Chris Bovasso to be its new Director, Application Services. In this position, Bovasso is tasked with defining and executing the company’s vision regarding all things in the application sphere.
Bovasso has spent roughly two decades in the field of information technology, from the administrative to the executive level. He has worked for top organizations inhabiting a variety of industries, from finance to IT services. Most recently, Bovasso served as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Brio Solutions in Fort Washington, PA. As CIO, he worked closely with clients, building and maintaining relationships while shepherding their technical projects to successful conclusions.
“Throughout my career, it’s always been less about the technology for me and more about the business impact of that technology,” Bovasso explained. “You can have a great piece of technology, but if it’s not solving a problem, what is it doing? So, for me, what I want to do is help people identify bottlenecks, identify solutions that can address them, and then help to bring those solutions to fruition.”
“I’m excited to bring an experienced leader like Chris Bovasso to the Arraya team,” said David Bakker, CTO and co-founder of Arraya Solutions. “Chris has a solutions-focused mindset and that’s something that has been a part of Arraya’s culture from day one. In this role, he will be able to leverage the entirety of Arraya’s strong portfolio to provide holistic solutions to our customers. Applications have become a huge part of the average workday and I believe Chris’ knowledge and insights in this area will be an invaluable resource to the clients we serve.”
Arraya’s Application Services practice is committed to addressing the full lifecycle of the tools today’s employees count on to do their jobs. Our team seeks to create never-before-considered efficiencies while ensuring that the availability and security of our application solutions are never in doubt.
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