Micropower Restructures Leadership
Little Rock, AR - May 20, 2008 - Micropower Corporation, the developer of Powergold Music Scheduling Software, has changed its organizational structure. Michael Raffa has assumed the role of company leader. Lance Olvey, veteran Powergold developer since 1996, now serves as the company's chief technology officer.
Added to the team is Wes Keene as the company's senior systems architect. Keene used Powergold since it was first released.
Finally, Micropower welcomes Brandon Olvey, serving as general manager. Olvey already has years of experience with Powergold serving in a support role and later as operations manager.
Micropower Corporation is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary as a manufacturer of music scheduling software for radio, television, Internet and satellite broadcasting.
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