Park City Group (NYSE Amex: PCYG), a leader in consumer goods supply chain technology designed to increase sales and reduce out-of-stocks, today announced the addition of food industry insiders Austin F. Noll, Jr. and Richard Juliano to the company’s Board of Directors. Peter Brennan, who has served on the board since 2009, has announced his retirement from the board for personal reasons. All moves are effective immediately.
Noll and Juliano join Randall Fields, Robert Allen, James Gillis, Bob Hermanns and William Kies, Jr. on one of retail technology’s most experienced boards, with an average of more than 35 years in the industry. The group represents all areas of the retail grocery, convenience, foodservice and discount channels, as well as trading partners and industry groups.
“The addition of Rich and Austin creates a powerhouse Board of Directors, extending our already impressive reach into retailers, distributors and manufacturers throughout the industry. Through these relationships, we now have access to most of the key executives at leading food and supermarket companies across the country and will use these connections to expand our footprint in the sector,” said Randall K. Fields, Chairman and CEO of Park City Group.
“The Park City Group Board of Directors also thanks Peter Brennan for his years of service and support of the company. We will miss his sage advice and wish him well.”Rich Juliano Juliano is currently engaged with The Radian Group, based in Minneapolis, and operates his own consulting firm. He began his career with Giant Eagle Super Markets, becoming the Senior Vice President and General Manager of the GM/HBC Division and then Senior Vice President of Merchandising and Marketing of the Phar-Mor Division. Juliano then served as Executive Vice President at Thrifty Payless Drug and Vice President of Marketing and Merchandising at Genuardis Family Markets in Philadelphia. Most recently, he was a senior executive at SUPERVALU, joining the company as Executive Vice President of Supply Chain Services for the Central Region and then moving to the Corporate Retail group as Vice President, GM/HBC, and ultimately Group Vice President of Center Store Merchandising.