July 1, 2020

Public Safety Industry Professional Joins GeoComm’s Product Management Team

St. Cloud, MN: GeoComm is excited to announce the addition of Dan Craigie to the Product Management Team serving as the Business Development Program Manager. Dan was most recently the 9-1-1 Program Manager for Emergency Communication Networks Division at the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and has first-hand experience understanding the challenges public safety agencies face today.

In addition to his role as the 9-1-1 Program Manager, Dan was also instrumental in the ongoing process of creating the State of Minnesota’s statewide GIS dataset which will be used to provision GIS data into a future NG9-1-1 Core Services platform within the State of Minnesota. At GeoComm, Dan will utilize his public safety industry insights and will work collaboratively with the Business Development team, managing strategic and innovative future GeoComm product offerings.

GeoComm is proud to be expanding their Product Management team and continuing to develop innovative public safety GIS solutions for our customers, especially throughout this difficult time.

“We are excited to have someone with Dan’s level of industry expertise join our Product Management Team. His proven experience leading programs and managing projects related to cybersecurity, network resiliency, and NG9-1- 1 GIS initiatives, will provide valuable industry insights, ensuring that GeoComm’s new innovative product offerings continuously evolve to solve the problems our customers are experiencing.”

Erik Loberg, GeoComm Vice President of Product Management

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