Gorilla Logic Names Jeff Townes Chief Technology Officer

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Gorilla Logic Names Jeff Townes Chief Technology Officer
Gorilla Logic Names Jeff Townes Chief Technology Officer

Townes will focus on Gorilla Logic’s solution development to help enterprise clients accelerate value with product development, data engineering, operational transformation, and legacy modernization powered by emerging cloud, DevOps, QA automation, and AI offerings.

Broomfield, CO, USA, WEBWIRE, Monday, March 2024: Gorilla Logic, a leading digital product engineering services firm, today announced that Jeff Townes has been appointed as the company’s Chief Technology Officer. As a member of the Gorilla Logic executive team, Townes will lead the company’s digital engagement with customers, drive innovation through technical and solution development, and ensure Gorilla Logic stays at the forefront of the technology landscape.

“Jeff’s experience, vision, and energy are an ideal match for Gorilla Logic,” said Drew Naukam, CEO of Gorilla Logic. “As we deepen our solutions-focused approach, we are also extending our culture of innovation. Jeff’s technical expertise and consulting experience will help to shape Gorilla Logic’s future. He will play a pivotal role in ensuring that we stay on the cutting edge of modern engineering technologies and continue to deliver exceptional value to our clients.”

Townes is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years of technology services and management consulting experience in a wide range of industries. His expertise in digital and cloud transformation has resulted in a successful track record of driving innovation and growth while mobilizing teams to create value for clients. With a focus on emerging technology adoption, Townes will focus on Gorilla Logic’s solution development to help enterprise clients accelerate value with product development, data engineering, operational transformation, and legacy modernization powered by emerging cloud, DevOps, QA automation, and AI offerings.

“Gorilla Logic is an exciting digital product engineering company that is recognized for excellence in client service, and I am thrilled to be part of this incredibly smart, energetic, and authentic team,” said Townes. “In today’s economic landscape, businesses need to solve problems in a consistent, repeatable, and efficient way. I look forward to blending Gorilla Logic’s technical expertise with an asset-based consulting approach to help our team accelerate value for clients. To do so, we will scale up our digital product innovation and expand our existing solutions portfolio, advancing the use of cloud tools, modern data solutions, and AI technologies.”

Prior to joining Gorilla Logic, Townes served as Partner, Cloud Solutions and Alliances at the strategy, transformation, data, and technology consulting firm Credera, an Omnicom company. There, he was accountable for revenue growth, solution innovation, and strategic engagement with clients and partners in the cloud ecosystem. Earlier, he held several technical and consulting management roles at Pariveda, including Managing Vice President, Consulting Operations. He began his career as a consultant for Hitachi Consulting. Townes graduated summa cum laude with a BBA in Management Information Systems from the Canfield Business Honors Program at The University of Texas McCombs School of Business.

Townes will oversee Gorilla Logic’s solutions and practices organization with teams in the US, Costa Rica, Colombia, and Mexico.

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