Gentrack, a leading provider of operational, revenue and passenger experience solutions for airports, is pleased to introduce Chris Warrington as Vice President of its Airports Division.
Taking a global leadership role, Warrington oversees Gentrack’s Airports Group, comprising the Airport 20/20 business and Gentrack’s two recent partial acquisitions Concessionaire Analyzer+ (CA+) based in Malta and BLIP Systems in Denmark.
Warrington brings an extensive leadership background to the Gentrack business, having spearheaded significant enterprise technology businesses in the US, including big data analytics company GeoDigital International and utilities solutions companies Ventyx (an ABB company), Hansen Technologies, First Data Corporation and PEACE Software.
“I’m excited to join Gentrack as it enters a new phase of growth in the global airports market. There is a significant wave of change and opportunity as airports fight for improved profitability and new and sustainable revenue streams. We’ve proven time after time that we can deliver innovative solutions to meet the changing needs of airports of all sizes, and I look forward to building on this success with our suite of world-class solutions and expertise.”
Ian Black, Gentrack’s Chief Executive, said the establishment of the new leadership role was a strategic move to optimise the potential of its airport solutions business.
“Chris brings extensive sales, project governance and organisation leadership experience to the business and will allow us to strengthen our market position and to capitalise on the momentum we have already seen from our 20/20, CA+ and BlipTrack solutions. Our recent acquisitions have taken the airports business to a new high in terms of the blue-chip airports using our solutions and the focus we need to position the business as a global leader in the airports market.”