BOSTON, Feb. 2, 2005 — AIR Worldwide Corporation announces the addition of Glenn Hevron to its senior management team as vice president of client software services. Hevron succeeds Patricia Donahue, who joined AIR in 1998 and is now leaving to pursue personal interests.
Hevron will be responsible for all aspects of client service, product planning, quality assurance, training, documentation and technical support for all of AIR's risk-management software applications.
"I am delighted to join AIR at this very exciting stage in the company's growth," said Hevron. "I look forward to working with our clients to help them realize the maximum value from their relationship with AIR."
Hevron has extensive experience managing application products and client support services for complex, multifunctional organizations. Prior to joining AIR, Hevron was a principal at Vertex Inc., a global provider of technology solutions, where he managed a staff of more than 120. In addition, Hevron has held a number of other executive-level positions responsible for product planning, software development and client services.
"Glenn's success leading client-focused organizations makes him an ideal addition to the AIR management team," said Karen Clark, president and CEO of AIR. "We are confident he will enable us to further build on our commitment to quality products and services as our number of clients continues to grow."
Hevron received an M.B.A. from Southern Methodist University and a B.S. in physics and computer/information sciences from Texas A&M University.
About AIR Worldwide Corporation
AIR Worldwide Corporation (AIR) is a leading risk modeling company helping clients manage the financial impact of catastrophes and weather. Utilizing the latest science and technology, AIR models natural catastrophes in more than 40 countries and the risk from terrorism in the United States. Other areas of expertise include site-specific seismic engineering analysis, catastrophe bonds and property replacement cost valuation. A member of the ISO family of companies, AIR was founded in 1987 to provide its insurance, reinsurance, corporate and government clients a complete line of risk modeling software and consulting services that produce consistent and reliable results. Headquartered in Boston, AIR has additional offices in North America, Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.air-worldwide.com.
Michael Gannon (AIR)