ANNAPOLIS, MD. (August 21, 2012) – iJET International, a leading provider of global intelligence and business resiliency services, today announced the promotion of Mark Griffith to Chief Information Officer. As CIO, Griffith will oversee the company's technology strategy, as well as the development and maintenance of iJET’s systems including its award-winning Worldcue Global Control Center platform.
Worldcue relates threats to clients’ people and operations, enabling multinational organizations to effectively navigate global business resiliency challenges. Supporting more than 500 corporations and government organizations around the world, iJET processes more than 110 million travel transactions and tracks over 125,000 assets annually.
“Naming a CIO is a natural next step for iJET, as we continue to scale our Worldcue technology solutions to meet the global business resiliency needs of our growing client and partner base,” said Bruce McIndoe, iJET’s CEO. “Mark is a seasoned professional with a proven track record. We are tremendously fortunate to have him join our senior leadership team.”
Griffith brings more than 22 years of experience to iJET’s senior leadership team, including expertise in deploying and managing critical, high-availability systems and services in industries such as nuclear power, aviation, and healthcare. Griffith joined iJET in 2006 as Director of Operations Technology and was later promoted to Vice President of Operations Technology. Before joining iJET, Griffith spent over 10 years with ARINC, Inc., rising to Senior Technical Program Manager. Prior to ARINC, Griffith was both a Nuclear Engineer and Software Developer for the Department of Defense at Norfolk Naval Shipyard. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech, an M.S. in Engineering Management from Old Dominion University and an M.B.A. from the R.H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland College Park.