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Leader in Technology and Finance Brent Pearson Joins the Board of Directors of XOi

Leader in Technology and Finance Brent Pearson Joins the Board of Directors of XOi

XOi Technologies, a leading provider of technician-focused technology solutions, has named the accomplished Nashville-based technology and finance executive Brent Pearson to its board of directors.

Pearson, the former President and CFO of ServiceChannel, brings extensive experience in technology investment to the XOi board. His vision will help drive the company’s growth and continued transformation of the field service technology space.

“Brent has a wealth of experience and a formidable record of success that represent an invaluable perspective to XOi,” said Aaron Salow, Founder and CEO of XOi. “His SaaS expertise within field service is rare, and with it, he is poised to contribute  critical leadership as our company transforms the industry.”

During Pearson’s tenure as president, ServiceChannel, the largest platform for procurement and delivery of facilities maintenance and repair service, was acquired by global industrial technology innovator Fortive for $1.2 billion. The company experienced exponential growth as it expanded globally with new international customers and expanded its customer base into forward-thinking industries such as logistics, grocery, direct-to-consumer, retail, restaurants, health care, and financial services. Most recently, Pearson has continued to pursue investments and entrepreneurial opportunities.

“XOi’s technology provides business owners with proven tools for solving real-world challenges so they can develop a competitive advantage and accelerate growth,” Pearson said. “Their evolving solutions are powering a reinvention of field service, creating extraordinary opportunities in a space that continues to innovate rapidly.”

XOi’s advanced cloud-based solution allows field service technicians to utilize, aggregate, and analyze critical job data and maximize customer value through industry-leading efficiency, accuracy, and accountability. With a full suite of standardized workflows, job documentation capabilities, and technician training and enablement solutions, teams can build deep and easily accessible institutional knowledge bases that support real-time decision-making and data-based continuity. Service teams can apply these extensive data-science capabilities to analyze those foundational elements and strategically respond to evolving data trends and forecasts.

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