Princeton, NJ – November 13, 2017: Procor Solutions + Consulting, LLC, the leader in disaster planning, business interruption and claims preparation for risk managers and insurance policyholders throughout the United States, announced today the hire of Thomas Denomme as Chief of Operations. The position will temporarily be based in Detroit, Michigan where Mr. Denomme currently resides.
Mr. Denomme joins Procor from Dialog Direct where he was EVP and COO. He is a graduate of Michigan State, where he received both his undergraduate degree in accounting, and his MBA. Over his 30-year career, he has served various companies as CEO, COO, CIO, and other senior leadership and board positions. Mr. Denomme brings vast experience in IT platform integration, systems, operational efficiencies (including his expertise in Lean/Six Sigma continuous improvement implementation), accounting and financial evaluations across various industries, making him a perfect addition to the Procor leadership team as we continue our growth and expand our services capabilities. We welcome Tom and his wife, Marianne, to the Procor team.
Arnie Mascali, President of Procor: “In addition to supporting our team across the country, Tom will be an incredible asset for our clients, as his expertise in processes and data analytics will provide them with a unique perspective on complex claims.”
Frank Russo, Executive Vice President of Procor added: “The addition of Tom reinforces our commitment to investing in operational excellence as we continue to enhance the “Procor Way”, our distinctive approach to deliver best-in-class disaster/risk solutions, technology and claims preparation expertise.”
This announcement comes as Procor continues its strategy of expanding its operations and service offerings around the U.S. Procor encourages any potential applicants interested in rapidly developing their careers and becoming part of its team to contact Fran Brenner at 609-454-3990, or email@example.com or visit us at http://www.procorllc.com/contact-text/careers.html