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Wireless Ronin announces management changes

MINNEAPOLIS — Wireless Ronin Technologies Inc., a Minneapolis-based worldwide digital signage provider, announced that Darin McAreavey has been appointed the company’s new vice president and chief financial officer.
McAreavey brings to Wireless Ronin 20 years of financial management experience with mid-size privately and publicly held high-tech companies, most recently at Xiotech Corp., a privately held data storage and protection company where he helped raise capital and assisted in a strategic acquisition and key product launch. Prior to Xiotech Corp., McAreavey served as chief financial officer of Global Capacity Group, a publicly held telecommunications logistics provider.
“Darin’s extensive experience in the financial management of high tech companies both public and private will be an integral part of our success,” said James C. (Jim) Granger, president and CEO. “We are excited to welcome Darin to our team and believe he will be a great addition to our current management. The company greatly appreciates Brian Anderson’s service as interim CFO over the past several months and we look forward to continuing to work with him as he continues to serve as our vice president and controller.”
Prior to Global Capacity Group, McAreavey served as chief financial officer, executive vice president and treasurer of Stellent Inc. where he assisted in strategic acquisition, restructuring and reorganization initiatives.
Wireless Ronin also announced the promotion of Scott Koller to executive vice president and chief operating officer. Koller joined Wireless Ronin in November 2004 and has most recently served as the company’s executive vice president of sales and project management. In December 2008, Koller expanded his role to include product development on an interim basis.
Taking over the role of product development will now be newly appointed Viet Tran serving as vice president of product development. Prior to joining Wireless Ronin, Tran served as chief information officer for Grand Sierra Resort and Casino. Before Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, Tran held technology management positions at ShopNBC and Ulysses Netsolutions.
“I am very pleased by these changes within our organization. We must continue to become more focused on generating profitable revenue in those markets that offer opportunity today. These additions and changes further streamline our organization and help us maintain our position as a recognized leader in the digital signage industry,” said Granger.