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Ben Mahan Joins ARMCO as CTO
Jun 23, 2017
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ACES Risk Management (ARMCO), the provider of financial quality control and compliance software ACES Audit Technology, has announced that it has hired Ben Mahan as Chief Technology armco.usOfficer. Mahan, was hired to support ARMCO as it moves into its next phase of growth. As CTO, Mahan will lead the company’s IT organization, and will champion the next phase of innovation and growth for ARMCO. He has more than two decades of executive-level technology experience that includes growing technology divisions for organizations in the e-learning, supply chain, healthcare and compliance industries.
“Technology is the backbone of ARMCO—our clients and partners rely on us to deliver secure, high-quality performance 24 hours a day,” said Avi Naider, ARMCO’s CEO. “We’re pleased to have Ben onboard to assure that we continue to maintain the secure, high-quality performance our clients and partners rely on as we expand our platform over the next 12 to 24 months and move forward in the company’s next high-growth year.”
Prior to joining ARMCO, Mahan was CTO for Sentry Data Systems, an SaaS provider in the healthcare analytics and 340B space, where he developed and oversaw Sentry’s technology operations throughout several high growth and expansion cycles. In his previous positions, Mahan oversaw complex operations that include technology migrations, product development, strategy development, talent sourcing and systems design and development.
“It’s great to work for an organization that strives for excellence, such as ARMCO,” said Mahan. “It’s a fantastic challenge to look for ways to elevate technology operations at a company where the bar is already set so high. I’m looking forward to what the entire team will accomplish together and to further supporting the technology agenda.”

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