TracPlus appoints SA-born Mark Greene as new CTO


Mark will contribute expertise to TracPlus’s future wildfire innovation.

TracPlus, a leading commercial provider of wildfire response management technologies, has named Mark Greene as its new chief technology officer. Mark, who is originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, provides substantial experience in strategic technology development as well as a demonstrated track record of driving innovation in the face of global issues.

Mark is pleased to join TracPlus and help lead the team in developing creative solutions that safeguard both people and the environment, as well as achieving the aim of getting every fireman home safely, no matter how demanding their task.

“The challenges posed by climate change and its impact on wildfires have created an urgent need for innovative solutions. I’m looking forward to leveraging my experience to develop technologies that not only increase the safety of wildland firefighting, but also contribute to the overall effectiveness of wildfire prevention and mitigation efforts.

“It’s an honour to be part of a team dedicated to providing innovative solutions in the wildfire industry and making a real difference in the world,” says Mark.

Mark joins TracPlus after spending the majority of his career in B2B SaaS companies such as IoT (Internet of Things) and vehicle telemetry organisations. His prior responsibilities were a mix of leadership and architecture, which positions him well to provide value to TracPlus and assist tackle the difficulties that the world is facing as a result of climate change.

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