Deliver-EZ announces Mr. Aaron Frank as new CEO
(Salinas, CA – September 28, 2018) Deliver-EZ announced that their Board of Directors has elected Mr. Aaron Frank as Chief Executive Officer effective August 14, 2018. Mr. Frank will also become a member of the Board. Mr. Frank succeeds Deliver-EZ current CEO and Cofounder Craig Foster who will continue his duties as Co Founder and Board Member of Deliver-EZ.
“After a thorough and deliberate selection process, the Board of Directors is delighted that Aaron will lead Deliver-EZ as we navigate from start-up to a new standard-setting enterprise.” said David Kilzer, Deliver-EZ Cofounder and current Chairman. “Aaron brings his proven skills as a CEO, deep knowledge of autonomous mobility and strong industry relationships to Deliver-EZ. He is the correct choice to guide Deliver-EZ as we design and implement the commercial multi-vehicle-type, consolidated autonomous mobility foundation that will underpin our mission of a smart community logistics platform. I have no doubt that he is the right person to take the helm at Deliver-EZ.”
“The time is right in the evolution of Deliver-EZ to have Aaron direct the company. Deliver-EZ is an industry game-changer that really needs the best leadership to see our vision through and create a company the likes that has never been seen before.” said Craig Foster, Cofounder. “It takes a special type of leadership to take two nascent business concepts, smart community and smart home logistics, and integrate them with multiple forms of autonomous transport into one common platform. Aaron is that person.”
Mr. Frank comes to Deliver-EZ after serving as CEO and CFO for a drone delivery platform company. His past experience also includes leading Corporate Development and Digital Strategy for a startup focusing on innovation and micro manufacturing, and being a Director of Balance Sheet Modeling, Corporate Treasury for a Fortune 20 company.
“I have found that it’s rare for a start-up company at this stage to have worked through the gritty nuances to develop hardware and software solutions that go well beyond a proof of concept” said Aaron Frank. “The Deliver-EZ smart community logistics center integrated with autonomous mobility brings last block logistics to the doorstep of the ultimate consumer and provides them an APP to control deliveries on their terms. Deliver-EZ is ready for deployment today and ushers in a new era of community lifestyle services.”
He holds an MBA from New York University – Stern School of Business, and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Colorado State University.
Deliver-EZ is a logistics platform that is seamlessly integrated into smart communities, enhancing resident life styles with flexible delivery options, 24×7 connectivity, improved safety, and green living.
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