Nashville,TN (May 14, 2015) — SiteHawk, a leading provider of chemical data management and compliance solutions, today announced the appointment of Tom Deise as chief operations and technology officer. A veteran of enterprise technology with more than 25 years’ experience, Deise will provide strategic leadership over SiteHawk’s customer operations and technology functions.
Prior to joining SiteHawk, Deise served as senior vice president of services for Diona, a mobile solutions and software consulting company headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. In his role, he was responsible for sales, service delivery and customer satisfaction across North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Prior to his position at Diona, Deise was vice president of services and worldwide director at Curam Software where he played a key role in the transition of Curam into IBM’s Software Group. His career also includes more than 16 years with Accenture, culminating as a managing director, working with Fortune 500 clients and leading public sector organizations to achieve operational excellence and implement strategic technology solutions.
“Tom is a seasoned and trusted leader who will be a significant addition to SiteHawk,” said Ernie Connon, CEO of SiteHawk. “I am confident that he will deliver operational excellence to support the company’s vision of exemplary customer service and innovative solutions.”
Deise has a master’s degree in business administration from Florida State University and a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Loyola University of Maryland. He is also a certified project management professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute.
SiteHawk is a leading innovator in chemical data management and compliance solutions offering a complete approach to SDS management, chemical inventory tracking, and product sustainability initiatives. Organizations in virtually every industry worldwide utilize SiteHawk solutions to manage their hazard communication programs, meet EHS compliance initiatives, manage chemical inventories and chemical data, publish safety data sheets, and keep workers safe throughout the organization.