LawLogix Creates New Role and Appoints First Chief Technology/Product Officer
Platforms and Products Veteran Bobby S. Babbrah Joins LawLogix Management
PHOENIX, Ariz. – February 18, 2014 – LawLogix Group, Inc., a leading Software as a Service (SaaS) provider to immigration attorneys and human resource professionals, announced today the appointment of Bobby S. Babbrah as Chief Technology/Product Officer. In the newly created role, Mr. Babbrah will set the strategic direction and architecture for the company’s platform and products.
“We are excited to have Bobby join LawLogix as Chief Technology Officer,” said Roland Dietz, Chief Executive Officer of LawLogix. “Bobby is an expert at building innovative cloud-based solutions and has extensive experience building world-class technology and product teams. I know his leadership will be invaluable at enhancing the LawLogix technology platforms and expanding our industry position, while continuing to meet the demand of our rapidly growth customer base.”
“I am thrilled to join LawLogix and contribute to its extraordinary growth,” said Bobby Babbrah, Chief Technology Officer at LawLogix. “I am also excited to work on scaling the technology, processes and product management organization in ways that benefits our clients, their clients and LawLogix.”
Mr. Babbrah earned his B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science and an MBA from Arizona State University. He currently holds two technology patents, and joins LawLogix from McGraw-Hill Education, where he served as Senior Vice President, Platforms.
Founded in 2000 in Phoenix, Arizona, LawLogix is the leader in Electronic I-9, E-Verify and Immigration Case Management software. LawLogix’ three flagship SaaS products, Guardian, EDGE and Globetrotter, automate the labor and paper-intensive I-9 and visa application processes for more than 160,000 organizations worldwide. Chosen by Fortune 500 corporations such as 3M, Pfizer, Aon Corp, Cargill, US Airways, Highmark, Cox and McKesson, Guardian, EDGE and Globetrotter help millions of people each year to achieve I-9 and E-Verify compliance and law firms and non-profits to automate their practices. For more information, visit http://www.lawlogix.com.