Kendall Park-based Binary Tree has named its first chief innovation officer, it announced Tuesday.
Vincent Fournier, the company’s new chief innovation officer, will report to CEO Nick Wilkinson, Binary Tree said.
Fournier will be responsible for leading his team in the development of new products and services.
“The appointment of Vincent to this important new role is a key part of our strategy to define and accelerate the next phase of growth for Binary Tree and continue to drive our competitive advantage,” Wilkinson said. “We have a clear strategy, focused on transformation, innovation and the evolution of Binary Tree within the broader Microsoft ecosystem.”
“I am thrilled to be joining Binary Tree during such a transformative time,” Vincent said. “I am excited by the business’ appetite for creativity and innovation and am very much looking forward to developing longer-term strategies and initiatives that will result in profitable returns for Binary Tree.”
Fournier has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry. Prior to Binary Tree, he was chief information officer for BitTitan and Attunix. He’s also held leadership roles at Avanade and Unisys.