Blue Cow Software hires four new personnel

May 18, 2020 By    
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Clockwise from top left: Bailes, Trombetto, Jesionowski and Cavalcanti

Blue Cow Software hired four new employees at the end of its first quarter.

Perry Bailes, Janice Trombetto and Luziane Cavalcanti were hired as implementation specialists. Richard Jesionowski filled a software developer position.

Bailes is a veteran and enjoys karaoke in his spare time. He loves cultivating new relationships and meeting people.

Trombetto came to Blue Cow Software with more than 30 years of health care administration experience and enjoys spending time with her seven grandchildren.

Cavalcanti comes from the hospitality industry and brings 20 years of service experience. She has a passion for training and development and has managed seven different hotels throughout her career. She has also worked with four major brands in the industry. When she’s not working, Cavalcanti enjoys traveling and is involved in philanthropy.

Jesionowski has more than 30 years of experience developing enterprise-level software applications. He enjoys spending time with family and playing guitar.

In addition to this wave of new hires, Blue Cow Software hired three personnel at the beginning of the year.

“We are happy to be able to add new positions and solidify our staffing especially during this time,” says Nick Quaratiello, vice president of Blue Cow Software. “We have moved all of our 2020 software installations to remote training, and our new installation staff has jumped right in and adapted to the new and exciting way of training our customers on how to use our Ignite suite of software products.”

Blue Cow Software specializes in developing software products designed to optimize daily processes and improve operational efficiencies for the energy industry, according to the company.

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

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