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Tom Callahan appointed president QRC Technologies

August 6, 2013
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QRC Technologies (QRC) announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Tom Callahan as president of the company.

"I am pleased to announce that Tom Callahan will succeed me as President," says Roger Matherly, founder and CEO of QRC. "Tom's ability to interpret our markets' needs, translate those needs into technically superior solutions, and manage an organization to deliver those solutions to our customers' makes him perfectly suited to lead QRC and direct our company's continued growth."

Callahan has played a central role in the development of QRC's product lines. He has been QRC's General Manager for two years, and prior to this, Tom was VP of Engineering since joining the company in 2006. Tom came to QRC from PCTEL, formerly DTI, a world leader in commercial cellular test solutions, where he was the VP of Engineering overseeing the development of world class software defined scanning receivers and software solutions. Before DTI, Tom was a DSP engineer at the Watkins-Johnson Company, a leading government supplier of COMINT electronic warfare solutions.

"Tom's experience in bringing to market superior radio frequency (RF) and cellular solutions in both commercial and government markets makes him uniquely qualified to lead QRC's continued market expansion," said Jeff Lazzuri, Executive VP. "We are very excited to have him take over leadership of the company."

 Tom Callahan holds an MBA from Keller Graduate School, a BSEE from Grove City College and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) since 2003. Tom is also a member of QRC's Board of Directors. 

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