Ross joins EXP as its new CIO

By ReNew Canada 06:30AM October 20, 2017



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EXP has announced that Steve Ross has joined the firm as chief information officer, effective October 2, 2017.

In his new role, Ross is responsible for aligning technology investment with EXP’s corporate strategy and vision. Ross will apply his 30 years of experience to oversee the assessment and implementation of technology requirements for all business functions.

Formerly of Thornton Tomasetti and Schoor DePalma, Ross will bring his depth of knowledge and understanding of all aspects of the architecture, engineering, and construction industry to bear at EXP. Ross often shares his expertise in driving organizational success with technology through interviews and articles in trade publications, and speaking engagements at industry events and conferences.

“Steve is an exceptional addition to the team,” says Mark Dvorak, president and COO of EXP. “His proven ability to transform organizations through technology will help us reach our full potential.”

“Technology is more than just email, storage, and security. It needs to drive performance,” says Ross. “I look forward to finding the strategic technology solutions that will add value to what we deliver to our clients around the world.”

Ross will be based out of EXP’s operational headquarters in Chicago.

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