Sabre Systems Appoints Thomas Dickson as VP of IT; VP Jim O’Donnell Comments

Sabre Systems has recently announced the appointment of Thomas Dickson as the firm’s new vice president of Information Technology. Dickson will be responsible for leading the corporate IT team and managing the corporate technology infrastructure.

The technology infrastructure includes network and storage infrastructure, telecommunications infrastructure and corporate systems. Dickson will also be responsible for desktop applications, website software applications and will oversee information and physical security to ensure the protection of corporate information and system integrity.

“Tom’s extensive experience in the field, coupled with his leadership ability and team-oriented mentality, will be instrumental to be the IT department’s success as it continues to support the company’s growth and expansion,” said Jim O’Donnell, Sabre’s vice president of corporate administration.

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