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Safeguard Properties strengthens IT management with two promotions

Amitha Rao and Rick Moran promoted to management positions

Safeguard Properties promoted two of its own into management positions for its IT operations.

Amitha Rao (pictured above) was promoted to assistant vice president for client systems and data analytics. In this role, Rao leads data architecture and governance for all systems, with the goal of creating a consistent and reliable information management platform.

Additionally Rao works closely with the service lines to define key performance indicators and deploy dashboards to help Safeguard identify opportunities for continuous improvement; in addition to working with clients to provide information that helps meet their business objectives.

Rao joined Safeguard in 2002. Prior to joining Safeguard, Rao worked as a principal consultant in Boston for various clients in the research and development, bioinformatics and life sciences industries.

As a bioinformatics consultant, she worked on various proteomics and genomics projects including the Human Genome Project.

Rick Moran (pictured right) was promoted to assistant vice president of application architecture.Safeguard Rick Moran

In his role, Moran leads the design of Safeguard’s enterprise application architecture, which includes Safeguard’s real-time integration with other systems, vendors and clients; the future upgrade roadmap for systems; and standards designed to meet availability, security, performance and goals.

Moran joined Safeguard in 2011. Prior to joining Safeguard, Moran was director of enterprise architecture at Revol Wireless, a privately held CDMA Wireless provider in Ohio and Indiana, and operated his own consulting firm providing services to the manufacturing, telecommunications, and energy sectors.

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