Ecrypt Technologies Inc (OTCBB:ECRY) reported the switch of former Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Engineer and Senior Product Manager, Ian Treleaven, from Technical Advisor to VP of Product Development. The CEO Dr. Thomas A. Cellucci said that Treleaven brings to the company a wealth of creativity, talent, and product development experience to support the rapid development of additional products to the growing software product line.

Also, his customer-oriented approach makes him a natural with the company’s future and current customers. Treleaven has an extensive experience in the field of software design, development and delivery. He has worked with some of the most recognized organizations including Microsoft and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ).

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Expressing his views on the new role Treleaven said that he look forward to combine his years of product management and enterprise software development experience to lead product development at Ecrypt. His professional and personal interests in topics ranging from robotics and IoT devices through to the largest of systems complements the company’s operations, particularly in the modern security technology perspective.

Treleaven has twenty years of extensive experience in software development developing enterprise-class software for several users. He is an innovative thinker with deep knowledge on technical and computer security knowledge. Brad Lever, the COO of Ecrypt said that Treleaven offers a broad range of skill sets to the company. Besides his expertise with business intelligence and security, he has skills that will contribute significantly to develop new product line.

Latest acquisition

In unrelated news Ecrypt announced that it signed a Letter of Intent with DCI for the purchase of Viking Telecom Services, LLC. The proposed deal is for the purchase of Viking’s assets only, at a price of $1 million payable in ECRY stock.

In last trading session, the stock price of Ecrypt declined 17.45% to close the day at $0.0350 on share volume of 5.45 million.