ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Waste Harmonics, a Rochester-based managed services provider in the waste industry, is proud to announce that Adam Darder has been promoted to vice president of technology.
Darder brings more than 20 years of experience to the role, successfully developing software systems for various organizations, from large Fortune 500 companies to start-ups. He has extensive experience in software development, designing user processes and implementing custom software around those processes, managing client relationships and team leadership.
“Adam’s breath of knowledge in technology and his tenure with the company make him a great fit for this position,” Waste Harmonics CEO and founder Mike Hess said. “Our recent acquisition of Contelligent/OnePlus has positioned us to be the largest industry leader in waste technology. Adam’s leadership will play a critical role and we’re proud to support his career growth at Waste Harmonics.”
As vice president of technology, Darder will be responsible for oversight of all technology initiatives and resources at Waste Harmonics, including the company’s IT staff, infrastructure, applications, databases and monitoring devices. He joined the Waste Harmonics team as director of software development in 2018. Prior, Darder served as director of development for Document Security Systems Inc.
Darder graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in computer science. He resides in Brighton, New York.
About Waste Harmonics
Waste Harmonics is a unique waste management company providing service brokering in the waste industry. The company manages waste contracts and third-party vendors, and ultimately helps customers with what every business develops: waste. Customized program solutions address waste generator expectations and requirements, dealing with single-source management of service suppliers, quality of service, reduction of costs, data and reporting analytics, consolidated invoicing and landfill diversion.
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