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Vnomics names former B&L executive as CEO

Rochester Business Journal
March 31, 2014

Vnomics Corp. has appointed Alan Farnsworth as CEO to build on the fleet management software company’s momentum into 2014. David Chauncey, founder of Vnomics, is to remain as president.
 
Farnsworth began in his new role on March 26. He previously worked for Bausch & Lomb Inc. in a variety of positions, including most recently chief information officer and executive vice president of global customer service and information technology.

 “Alan is an experienced leader with a long track record of success. He has grown businesses from the start, managed complex organizations, and attracted and developed top talent—leadership skills that are critical for Vnomics as it enters a period of rapid acceleration,” said Ronald Zarella, chairman of the Vnomics board, in a statement.

Perinton-based Vnomics ranked No. 99 on the 2013 Rochester Top 100 list of fastest-growing private companies.

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