Vancouver BC – (May 28, 2018) – BuiltSpace Technologies is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new members to the company’s Advisory Board, including Jim Davis, Vice President of International Airport Operations for Delta Airlines.
“We are delighted to welcome these new Advisory Board Members to the BuiltSpace team,” said President and Founder Rick Rolston. “Jim’s operational experience, in highly data-driven airline industry, can be directly applied to facilities.”
Jim currently oversees Delta Airlines’ international airport operations portfolio, as VP of International Airport Operations, using data for both operations, customer excellence and risk mitigation.
Throughout his executive career, Jim has held leadership positions with Delta, Virgin America, Hawaiian Airlines, Northwest Airlines, and Republic Airlines. In his current role, he is responsible for airport operations in 57 countries, including joint venture partnerships. Previously, as VP Airports and Guest Services , Jim oversaw Virgin America’s airports, corporate real estate, guest relations and strategic contracting with a P&L responsibility of $250M and 1,000 teammates.
Jim obtained an MBA from the University of Chicago, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance (Summa Cum Laude) from Northeastern Illinois University. He has served as a Board Member for the Better Business Bureau of Hawaii, and the Development Committee Chair for the Salvation Army. He currently also serves as an advisory board member for D&L communications.
The other new BuiltSpace Technologies Advisory Board Members include:
For full profiles of all seven new board members, visit: http://builtspace.com/builtspace-advisors
About BuiltSpace Technologies: BuiltSpace brings digital point-of-service/sale processes, similar to the scan/bag/pay experience at retail checkouts, to the facilities services industry. We enable the collection of detailed, labour cost data, and service records across large facilities portfolios, and provide operators with visibility to all service providers, as the work is completed. Our growing ecosystem of facility operators and service providers already serves over 20,000 buildings.
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