MOBI Co-Founder Named President

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Garrett co-founded MOBI in 2009. Garrett co-founded MOBI in 2009.
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Indianapolis-based MOBI has announced the appointment of co-founder Josh Garrett as president. The mobility management software company says Garrett will succeed Mitch Black, who will remain as an adviser.

Garrett most recently served as chief strategy officer at MOBI and has also been involved with other aspects of the company, including sales and operations. He co-founded the company along with Chief Executive Officer Scott Kraege in 2009.

"Josh has an unparalleled understanding of the complex mobility challenges facing enterprises today," said Kraege. "He is the perfect leader to help us continue to scale and develop our industry-leading software to meet those challenges."

The company did not give a reason for Black's departure as president, the role he took in 2012. In March, Black was named president of Technology Expense Management Industry Association.

Earlier this year, MOBI won Tech Company of the Year honors at the 2017 TechPoint Mira Awards. 

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