Sabre Systems Adds Thomas Dickson as Vice President of IT

Sabre Systems, Inc. has added Thomas Dickson as the company’s new vice president of IT.

Dickson will be responsible for leading the corporate IT team and managing the overall corporate technology infrastructure for network and storage, telecommunications and corporate systems.

He will manage all Sabre networks, desktop and website software applications. He will also oversee information and physical security to protect corporate information and system integrity.

Dickson previously was director of U.S. and international application solutions for global relocation services at Brookfield Residential Property Services.

He also served as an applications software engineer at Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE: LMT) management and data systems business.

“Tom’s extensive experience in the field, coupled with his leadership ability and team-oriented mentality, will be instrumental to the IT Department’s success as it continues to support the company’s growth and expansion, ” said Sabre’s Vice President of Corporate Administration Jim O’Donnell.

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