Intergraph taps general to lead business units

Intergraph, a provider of spatial information management software to security organizations, businesses and government agencies, has named retired Army Brig. Gen. Jack Pellicci senior vice president of the company’s Security, Government and Infrastructure division and general manager of the Federal Solutions and Military and Intelligence business units.

Pellicci has a wealth of geospatial knowledge and industry acumen following a lengthy career in the Army, where he was director of training and commanding general of the Army Personnel Information Systems Command, according to a company statement.

Following his military retirement, he joined Oracle as group vice president of the company’s global public-sector division. During his time at Oracle, he was a strong proponent of spatial information management, the statement reads.

Since 1996, Pellicci has worked on the boards of directors of the Open Geospatial Consortium, the National Defense University Foundation and the United Service Organizations. He is a member of the External Research Advisory Committee for the University of Texas at Dallas, the Council on Excellence in Government and the National Governors Association’s Corporate Fellows Program.

“We are very pleased to have Jack join the Intergraph management team during this exciting time for our company,” said Reid French, Intergraph's chief operating officer, in the statement. “Throughout Jack’s military career and tenure at Oracle, he cultivated an understanding of the inner workings and demands of government organizations that will be useful to our customers.”

Pellicci graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point with a bachelor’s degree in engineering and science. He also earned a master’s in mechanical engineering from Georgia Tech.

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.


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