Unequal Taps CIO
Dec 12, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Unequal Technologies, a provider of athletic protective wear featuring a patented military-grade composite, has added Bart Robertson as its chief information officer, effective immediately.
According to a release, Robertson joins Unequal from Microsoft Corp., where he spent the previous 21 years in leadership positions focused on social media, cloud computing, e-commerce, sales and marketing.
"Bart enjoyed a very successful career at Microsoft," said Unequal CEO Rob Vito. "He possesses great knowledge and experience in the technology world, and his passion to work toward reducing risk of injuries in the sports industry led him to Unequal. We're thrilled to have a professional of his caliber join the Unequal team."
Robertson brings business and technical leadership and spent the previous three years leading a social media startup that powers microsoft.com and other mega-websites. Under Robertson's leadership, the business grew to over 3 million transactions per day in under two years, and delivered 1 billion transactions in only 28 months.
A middle school football coach for seven seasons, Robertson has watched his son and countless youth grow up with the sport of football.
Robertson received three Circle of Excellence Awards during his time with Microsoft in addition to more than 20 national and regional awards for leadership, execution excellence, customer satisfaction and competitive sales.
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