|By Business Wire||
|July 24, 2014 08:05 AM EDT||
Aquilent, a recognized leading provider of Mobile, Web, Cloud, and Portal solutions shaping the next generation of technology for the federal government, has named Brook Carlon as Chief Human Resources (HR) Officer. With more than 20 years of experience as a high-level employee champion for global technology companies, Ms. Carlon is in charge of all human resources and talent management activities within Aquilent, and serves as employee advocate—ensuring the entire Aquilent team is engaged and competitive.
Ms. Carlon has built a highly successful career with technology companies serving the healthcare and financial services industries by seeking out and implementing programs that help make a difference in the workplace. She has a broad range of HR experience, from creating all HR processes and procedures for a start-up company to leading a global HR team of 76 employees. She has extensive global HR leadership experience, having worked with company employees in India, the Philippines, Japan, Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada.
“What does it take to engage a high-tech population? It’s my job to find the answer to that question and champion the right solutions,” Ms. Carlon said. “I’m thrilled to be working within Aquilent, such an innovative technology company, helping the employees that help drive our country’s technology growth.”
Ms. Carlon is a long-time member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has participated within local SHRM chapters in a variety of roles. Before joining Aquilent, Ms. Carlon served in senior and executive roles at QuadraMed, Headstrong, Misys Healthcare, Cirrus Logic and other global companies.
"Employees are one of our most valuable assets. The creation of the role of Chief Human Resources Officer is critical to ensuring that human resources remain a cornerstone of our vision and strategic goals,” said David Fout, Chief Executive Officer at Aquilent. “Ms. Carlon is the ideal person for the job, based on her experience with global technology companies and her success in helping employees enhance their careers.”
Ms. Carlon is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). She holds a B.S. from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Regis University.
Aquilent is the recognized leader in Mobile and Digital Strategy, Web Content Management, Cloud Computing and Portals, shaping the next generation of technology for the federal government. We help our customers exceed the expectations of the new Digital Government initiative by delivering transformative solutions that emphasize efficiency and mobility, and significantly enhance citizen engagement. In addition, our proven approach to helping customers achieve the federal government’s Cloud First policy combines technology strategy and managed services to create a roadmap for long term success.
Aquilent has been recognized as a Washington Post “Top Workplaces”, five times named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Washington Business Journal, twice named an Amazon AWS Advanced Premier Consulting Partner, twice honored as a Government Contracting Firm of the Year by the Tech Council of MD, selected as a Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards “Contractor of the Year“ honoree and chosen as a “2013 Top Workplace” by The Baltimore Sun. Our commitment to deliver tangible results that meet our customers’ mission objectives is underscored by our 4-Point Aquilent Advantage™, combining strategic vision and reliable execution. To learn more about Aquilent, visit www.aquilent.com, and follow us @Aquilent.
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