Jones Joins Crowley as VP

Tuesday, November 08, 2005
Gary Jones has joined Crowley as vice president of information technology (IT). In his new position, Jones is responsible for the strategic and tactical planning, production, deployment and maintenance of enterprise-wide technology solutions. Additionally, Jones directs the development of application and infrastructure strategies and standards, policies and procedures, quality, cost control and customer service standards. He manages a staff of approximately 100 technology professionals from his office in Jacksonville and reports to Susan Rodgers, senior vice president, administration. Jones brings over 20 years of accomplishments in the IT field to Crowley from the consumer and financial sectors. He has direct business experience in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina and Chile. Most recently Jones served as vice president, business solutions delivery for merchandising, manufacturing, SCM and corporate systems for Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Prior to that, he spent 13 years with Home Depot in Atlanta, Ga., in various directorial positions including merchandising process management, international business development, international systems and application development.

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