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Eying Growth, FairfieldNodal Makes Personnel Changes

Posted by June 29, 2017

With an aim to continually improve, build and diversify, FairfieldNodal said it has promoted a new chief sales officer and has added personnel focused on growing its technology portfolio and solidifying its position as a leader in QHSE readiness.

 
Joe Dryer has been promoted to SVP, Chief Sales Officer to lead FairfieldNodal’s domestic and international sales and business development efforts across the organization. Dryer has been with FairfieldNodal for more than 20 years, and most recently served as SVP, Fairfield Data Licensing, which he will continue to oversee.
 
FairfieldNodal said it views the current industry environment as an opportunity to add capabilities to its portfolio of technology, products and services, and has therefore hired Jose Xavier as Vice President of Corporate Development. He brings experience across a broad range of large and international entities, and FairfieldNodal believes he will offer great insight into the advantages of timely partnerships or acquisitions.
 
Additionally, Hemant Juneja joins the team as Vice President of QHSE to help consolidate and streamline accepted practices across the organization.

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