Tamarack Consulting, a provider of independent software solutions in the equipment finance and commercial lending industry, hired Rick Gretsch to lead product management. As senior product manager, Gretsch will support the development and implementation of product strategy.
“In July, we refocused its business strategy around investment in digital technologies, enterprise software products, and expanded delivery of professional and managed services supporting digital transformation,” Scott Nelson, chief digital officer at Tamarack, said. “As part of this realignment, we needed someone who had extensive background in digital product management. Having worked with Rick (Gretsch) in the past, I know he is the right person to lead our efforts.”
Gretsch has more than 40 years of digital product management experience. He spent the bulk of his career working at IBM and AT&T and most recently served as a leader of Accelerated Concepts, which, after five years of growth, was acquired by Digi International. Following the acquisition, Gretsch then served as vice president of product management – cellular routers.
“I am very excited to be joining Tamarack at this point in its growth stage,” Gretsch said. “As the company pivots to embrace the digital space and the intelligence that comes from capturing data, I believe we have a unique set of skills combining our technology and finance expertise that can help lessors gain advantage in the market.”
Gretsch will continue to be based in the greater Chicago area.
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