Blue Cow Software adds new hires to team

May 1, 2020 By    
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Blue Cow Software added three employees, pictured, to its team earlier this year. Photo: Blue Cow Software

Blue Cow Software made three new hires at the beginning of 2020.

Amanda Fernandez was hired as support specialist. Outside of work, Fernandez enjoys spending time with her family, especially her 1-year-old daughter, Sofia. She also enjoys watching football and traveling to Disney World.

John Cardile was brought on as a quality assurance engineer. Cardile has a background in financial services and information technology. He is married with two kids and likes to spend time with his family. When not working, Cardile also enjoys snow skiing, riding his motorcycle, listening to live local bands and going to the gym.

Amanda Burns was hired as an implementation specialist. In that role, Burns trains and supports new users of the company’s Ignite software suite of products. In her free time, she likes to spend time outdoors paddle boarding, hiking, fishing or snowboarding.

“After BillingTree purchased Blue Cow Software in September 2019, we spent a good amount of time analyzing our customers’ experience within our organization,” says Nick Quaratiello, vice president of Blue Cow Software. “The results of our analysis showed some key areas of operation that needed a little more support. Adding staffing to these key areas has enhanced and strengthened our customers’ experience with us.”

Blue Cow Software develops a suite of software products designed to optimize daily processes and improve operational efficiencies for the energy industry, according to the company. Its Ignite software, designed specifically for the industry, was developed with the input of fuel oil and propane retailers.

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) was the managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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