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Fatigue Science appoints technology growth executives Andrew Morden and David Trotter to key leadership positions

Fatigue Science appoints technology growth executives Andrew Morden and David Trotter to key leadership positions

New executives, Andrew Morden, and David Trotter, lead charge in new era of fatigue management software.

New executives awaken the future of fatigue management

Vancouver, Canada – April 2, 2019 – Fatigue Science, the global leader in fatigue risk prediction and analysis, announces the addition of two accomplished executives to its leadership team. Andrew Morden has joined Fatigue Science as the newly appointed President and Chief Executive Officer, while David Trotter has joined as the Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
“We are very pleased to announce the appointment of these accomplished executive leaders to the Fatigue Science team” said Laurie Wallace, Chair of Fatigue Science Board of Directors.

Andrew was previously President, CEO and Director of Corvus Energy, overseeing its emergence as the global leader of industrial energy storage systems (Li Ion battery systems for maritime and other industrial applications). During his time at Corvus, the Company envisioned, developed and commercialized a new hardware, software and services platform and grew annual sales 20x.
Prior to Corvus, Andrew held CEO and C-Suite roles at several hardware and/or software technology companies with recurring revenue models. Like his current role at Fatigue Science, Andrew’s focus was on delivering investment capital, strategic market development, top-line growth, organizational development, profitability and ultimately strategic exits. Andy began his career at KPMG and is a CPA CA.

Building on the momentum of recent wins in high performance and heavy industry markets, David Trotter has joined as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. David has an extensive track record of sales success in the software industry in growth companies, most notably with Absolute Software which grew from under $10 million in revenue to over $100 million during his tenure.

“With the rising awareness of how important sleep is to people and the potential effects of fatigue, I am extremely excited to be part of how Fatigue Science is improving the health, effectiveness, performance, and safety of organizations and individuals globally,” commented David.

About Fatigue Science
As the world’s leading expert in fatigue measurement, prediction and analysis solutions, Fatigue Science is at the forefront of providing accurate and reliable fatigue scoring and predictions to industrial workforces, professional sports teams and military personnel. With the Readiband mobile software application and wearable technology, Fatigue Science is empowering individuals and organizations around the world to be healthier, safer, and perform at higher levels.

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