NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Dec 19, 2012) - Nolio, the leading provider of release automation, is pleased to announce the appointment of Fred Voccola as President of Nolio Inc. Fred will be responsible for all operations at Nolio Inc., including supporting the company's growth moving into 2013 and expanding the Nolio ecosystem.
Fred brings to Nolio nearly 20 years of executive experience in enterprise software, internet, and SaaS business models. Before joining Nolio, Fred was the founder and CEO of Trust Technology Corporation, an industry leading SaaS solution for the Insurance Industry (acquired by FGI Finance). Prior to Trust, Fred served as co-founder and COO of Identify Software, which was acquired in 2006 by BMC software. Fred later managed the Sales and Services organization for BMC Software's application problem resolution division.
"We are fortunate to have someone of Fred's experience and caliber joining the Nolio team," said Doron Gerstel, CEO of Nolio, Inc. "Nolio continues to secure our position as an industry leader and Fred's appointment further drives the momentum we've established in Europe and the Americas."
"I am very excited to be joining the team here at Nolio," stated Mr. Voccola. "The DevOps industry is very exciting right now, and enterprise organizations require solutions like Nolio to ensure that they can continue to deliver on improving the time to market and quality of their applications. Nolio is clearly the industry leader in this market place, and I am looking forward to working with the team to continue its growth."
Mr. Voccola will work out of Nolio, Inc.'s New York Headquarters.
Nolio (http://www.noliosoft.com) is the Zero Touch Deployment™ company. The Nolio ASAP™ continuous delivery platform reduces time-to-market and makes enterprise operations cloud ready. Customers use Nolio ASAP to reduce deployment time from days to minutes and eliminate downtime. The world's leading enterprises rely on Nolio to automate application deployment, maintenance, remediation and recovery across the application lifecycle on physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures.