Orlando – May 4, 2018 – Mick Golson, ECS chief of operations (COO), announced that Shane Taber has been promoted to vice president of operations for the Orlando office. He brings over 15 years of software development and digital graphics experience to his new role, which includes working closely with Golson to oversee ECS’ creative vision within the development and project management teams.
Golson states: “Shane’s deep knowledge about ECS, along with his dedication to developing and implementing our processes and standards, will help ECS Orlando continue to grow and provide innovative services and products to our diverse marketplace.”
Taber started as a digital artist in 2005, moved to creative director, and then became the development director of the Orlando-based company, which has been a leader in the simulation and training industry since its inception in 1997. He values the importance of customer service and remains fully involved in all development projects, as well as serving as senior project manager on key accounts.
Taber says: “I’m inspired to continue building on what our team has accomplished over the past 21 years. The technology field is ever-changing, and I’m honored to have the trust of our leadership as I move into this new role and help build our Orlando operations.”
Taber holds a bachelor’s degree in digital media from the University of Central Florida.
ECS is an award-winning global services and solutions company that is headquartered in Central Florida, the nation’s hub for modeling, simulation and technology (MS&T), with a second office in Huntsville, Alabama.
ECS specializes in training, technology, and consulting services across a wide range of technology platforms that support aviation, aerospace, healthcare, and other industries. Its diverse portfolio includes 2D and 3D visualization as well as augmented, virtual, and mixed reality to produce immersive and relevant advanced learning technologies and services for both government and commercial clients. The ECS services, support, and staff augmentation teams place experienced and relevant personnel, including instructors, operators, and staff, with the joint military services throughout the U.S. and internationally.