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Cartasite Announces New Chief Revenue Officer

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In an effort to further develop its position in the oil and gas industry’s driving safety initiatives, technology provider Cartasite announced that Tony Testolini has joined the company as chief revenue officer.

Testolini comes with a wealth of experience within the industry, having spent much of his career with GeoGraphix, the leading provider of geological and geophysical software, and Tranzap Inc., financial and operations software solutions for oil and gas.

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Tony Testolini has joined Cartasite as chief revenue officer.  With a wealth of experience within the industry, he is charged with continuing to expand the company's  mission in developing solutions for operational efficiency and safety in oil and gas.

Tony Testolini has joined Cartasite as chief revenue officer.
With a wealth of experience within the industry, he is charged with continuing to expand the company’s solutions for operational efficiency and safety in oil and gas.

Testolini was instrumental in acquiring numerous large corporate accounts, attracting key talent and exponentially growing domestic and international revenue.

Joining simultaneously with the launch of smartFIELD and fieldTICKET, Testolini can continue to expand Cartasite’s mission in developing solutions for operational efficiency and safety in oil and gas.

“Cartasite’s product and service suite is unique and primarily targets safety and operational efficiency in oil and gas,” Testolini said. “Their success is unmatched and the in-house petroleum expertise sets the company apart. Cartasite is quickly expanding, and I’m fortunate to have the opportunity to join a corporation that prides itself on top quality service and effective solutions that deliver a proven return on investment.”

Company president Bob Stevenson said Testolini’s background in executive operational and sales positions, as well as his management experience, have already made him an important part of the team.

“We are looking forward to expanding upon our recent successes in growing the business and further developing our sales team,” Stevenson said. “Tony is invaluable in reaching the ambitious goals Cartasite looks to achieve in the near future.”

The company was formed in 2004 with the mission to deliver technology solutions that enhance safety, security and operating efficiency for energy corporations worldwide. With deployments in 31 countries, the company provides real-time monitoring systems to help streamline operations, save lives and protect the environment. Based in Denver, Cartasite was named a 2014 Colorado Company to Watch Winner.

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