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DICE announces new CFO and new telecom manager

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

BAY CITY, Mich.—DICE Corporation announced today that Jackie McCarthy is joining the company as its new chief financial officer and Jerry Corrion will now manage DICE’s telecom department, in addition to his current role as senior vice president of software development.

McCarthy will be responsible for overseeing accounting, managing company financial statements, reporting on key measurements, and budgeting and analysis, the announcement noted.

McCarthy comes to DICE with more than 30 years of experience as a CPA, with 15 of those years in public accounting. Before joining DICE, McCarthy worked for Ernst & Young, Nexteer Automotive and in local government. She also taught at Delta College and operated her own CPA firm for several years. McCarthy holds a BBA in accounting from Saginaw Valley State University.

Corrion, who has been with the company for more than 20 years, will oversee the telecom department at a time of rapid growth and advancements, according to the announcement.

“Telecom continues to be our fastest-growing department, and a lot of software is tied to telephony. Jerry is the perfect fit for leading this team,” DICE Corporation president and CEO Cliff Dice, said in the announcement.

“This is an exciting time at DICE Corporation and I’m pleased to have Jackie and Jerry on our team, leading us into a new era at the company,” said Dice.

Making money on mobile monitoring

Monitoring company execs extol the benefits of mobile PERS and mobile apps
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05/28/2014

YARMOUTH, Maine—Whether the talk is about mobile PERS devices with geo-fencing, speed alerts and lone-worker monitoring, or about smartphone apps that better connect subscribers with central stations, the takeaway is that the monitoring space is going mobile, and the transformation is happening fast, according to central station executives who are using these newer technologies.

Bold files response to DICE

Asks court to award fees for the defense of 'baseless' suit
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10/06/2011

BAY CITY, Mich.—Colorado-based central station automation platform provider Bold Technologies, which in August was sued by direct competitor DICE Corporation of Michigan, on Sept. 30 filed a response to DICE's accusations.

DICE continues to transform

Increases video/audio capability, readies partnerships with smart home solution providers
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06/23/2011

BAY CITY, Mich.—Central station automation platform provider DICE Corporation says it's working to stay ahead in the areas of inline video, phone switch software and home automation integration.