Quality One is pleased to announce the promotion of Mick Olinik from Vice President of Marketing Technology to the role of Chief Information Officer, replacing the retiring Garrett Grainger who had served at the position for the previous eight years.
A proven technology veteran, Mick is a seasoned technical business strategist who’s worked extensively with the Web since the mid 1990s. As such, Mick’s had the luxury of having a front row seat to the technical development and sociological trends of online marketing technologies from their very beginnings, bringing a rare depth of experience and expertise to all of his endeavors. Further, Mick is a best selling author and has been featured as an educator and a speaker at a variety of industry conferences.
In addition to overseeing Quality One’s technical operations, Mick will also be tasked with a variety of structural improvements, including modernizing the organization’s white label commerce offerings and infrastructure, streamlining the organizations internal systems and creating additional technical efficiencies in every area of the company.
“After spending over 20 years developing individual digital business systems in a variety of industries, it’s already been an incredibly rewarding challenge to bolster an organization as well respected and entrenched in a variety of different industries as Quality One,” said Mick. “The opportunity to take far greater control of those processes and the organization’s technical direction is nothing short of an honor, and I’m excited to take the reins and lead this organization with innovation and ferocity.”
Regarding the hire, Chief Executive Officer John Chiorando said, “Mick’s presence as the head of Quality One’s Technical Operations Department in the form of our new Chief Information Officer brings a level of energy, optimism and innovation that I’m personally thrilled to install into our organization. His concepts and implementational strategies are innovative and effective, and I’m excited to see where we can go technically under his guidance and leadership.”