Feb. 4, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- OrcaEyes, the leading provider of strategies and solutions for workforce optimization, announced today the appointment of
to the role of President of the OrcaEyes Workforce Planning and Analytics Division. This announcement comes on the cusp of a record-breaking year for the company in terms of new business, increased revenue and the launch of a completely new software platform in 2012.
Hilbert has served as OrcaEyes' Chief Technology Officer since the company was formed in 2007. Since that time, he has launched three versions of the workforce planning and analytics software. The most recent version has experienced the most rapid adoption by new clients, and has received excellent reviews from prospects, customers and analysts alike. In addition, Hilbert has led numerous enterprise implementations and has worked tirelessly to help define the company's product and market strategy.
"As OrcaEyes continues to seek new channels and opportunities for growth, it has become imperative that we have a leader focused solely on our most profitable line of business," said
, CEO of OrcaEyes, Inc. "Brad has been with OrcaEyes since the company's inception and has proven his ability to lead the business repeatedly. It is with great satisfaction and confidence that we promote him to President of the Workforce Planning and Analytics Division. He would have been promoted a year ago if he were not my son. The Workforce Planning and Analytics Division now requires a dedicated president and he is by far the top candidate."
Hilbert's promotion to President of the Workforce Planning and Analytics division comes on the heels of a big year for OrcaEyes. In 2012, the company more than tripled its revenues, and added such brand names as Nestle-Purina Petcare, APS, Flowserve and Rex Healthcare to its client roster. OrcaEyes delivers Human Capital generated business performance and risk management solutions to companies of all sizes and across multiple industries.