NovaLIS Technologies Hires Land Titles Office Business Manager 02.28.2003
NovaLIS Technologies – a leading provider of integrated land records management solutions – is pleased to announce Ruel Williamson has joined the company as Land Titles Office Business Manager
Williamson will manage NovaLIS’ Land Titles Office business partner relationship with International Land Systems, Inc. (ILS), and provide project management oversight to Land Titles Office projects. Williamson will also oversee major international accounts, and offer assistance in the general sales cycle as required.
“I’m very happy to join NovaLIS,” says Williamson.
“The emergence of spatial awareness in the marketplace is a perfect fit for NovaLIS’ integrated land records management solutions. I’m excited to help deliver the Land Titles Office solution to the NovaLIS clients.”
Most recently, Williamson held the position of President/Chief Operating Officer of Cole Layer and Trumble (CLT), a vendor within the same vertical market at NovaLIS. He has more than 12 years experience in the tax and assessment fields including the position of Director of the Indiana State Tax Commission, in addition to his work at CLT.
Williamson holds a Bachelors Degree in Finance and a Masters in Business Administration from Emporia State University, Kansas. He is a long-standing member of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), a member of various state assessment organizations, and an executive agency lobbyist for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
“Ruel brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience to our management team,” says NovaLIS President/CEO Gary Waters.
“We look forward to working with him to continue NovaLIS’ successful record in providing an integrated suite of products that streamline, integrate, collect, maintain and disseminate land records data to help organizations make better decisions.”
Williamson is based temporarily out of NovaLIS’ Southwestern regional office in Austin, Texas. He will take a permanent place in the Halifax, Nova Scotia office in May 2003.