“EMEX has long been known as a leader in energy consultancy, and I am excited to be working alongside such a great team and offering my strategic insights.”
HOUSTON, TX — EMEX, LLC, one of the largest energy solutions and consulting firms in North America, announced today the addition of Rad Brannan as Chief Information Officer.
Brannan joins EMEX as an executive leader to the company’s development team and will provide critical oversight to EMEX’s ever expanding information technology initiatives, as well as offer further expertise to the executive board. Brannan’s unique IT experience within the energy sector will be a significant value to EMEX as it continues to expand within the marketspace.
“We are very excited to have Rad join our team at EMEX,” said EMEX CEO, Dan Marzuola. “Rad’s tenure in the energy industry as well as his immense understanding of the information technology space will serve as a tremendous asset to EMEX as we continue to position ourselves for further growth.”
Brannan brings over 15 years of energy and information technology experience to EMEX, including 10 years in an executive management position. Most recently, Brannan served as the Vice President of Business Information Systems for Just Energy where he led the implementation of numerous IT platforms and structures.
“I’m thrilled to be joining EMEX as the new Chief Information Officer at such a key stage for the company,” said Brannan. “EMEX has long been known as a leader in energy consultancy, and I am excited to be working alongside such a great team and offering my strategic insights.”
EMEX, LLC (“EMEX”) is a national leader in energy procurement and reverse auction technology. EMEX transacts annually in hundreds of millions of dollars of electricity and natural gas products for business and government entities, making it one of the largest privately held energy consulting and risk management firms in North America. EMEX’s reverse auction platform has created a strategic shift in how energy is bought and sold throughout the country, and is now considered a best practice for energy procurement.
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