Posted: Tuesday, May 27, 2003
DigitalGlobe(TM) announced Henry Dubois has been promoted to serve as president, in addition to his role as COO and CFO, for DigitalGlobe. Herb Satterlee remains as CEO and chairman of the board.
Dubois joined DigitalGlobe in September 1999 as CFO and COO, responsible for all financial and commercial business aspects of the company. Dubois has over 18 years of experience in strategic, financial and operational management. Previously, Dubois led a telecommunications and multimedia company in Indonesia as CEO and CFO, led strategic planning and business development functions for Asian conglomerates, provided strategic and operational consulting advice as a consultant for Booz, Allen, Hamilton (BAH), established and managed financial and administrative operations for BAH's offices in Asia, managed accounting units and handled internal audit assignments for Exxon Corporation.
"Henry's breadth of experience taking companies from the development stage to full commercial operations has been an invaluable contribution to DigitalGlobe's growth and stability," said Satterlee. "As president, Henry will be instrumental in leading DigitalGlobe into the next phase of its commercial life."
DigitalGlobe is an Earth imagery and information company in Longmont, Colorado, USA. With the 2001 launch of its QuickBird satellite, DigitalGlobe has established a market leadership position. The company provides the world's highest resolution commercial satellite imagery, the greatest collection capacity, the most up-to-date archive and the largest image size of any other satellite imagery provider. The competition has no plans to launch a comparable commercial satellite until at least 2006. In addition to offering technical superiority, DigitalGlobe distinguishes itself in the market through its commitment to excellent customer service, relationships with business partners and open-systems philosophy. More information can be found at www.digitalglobe.com .
DigitalGlobe and QuickBird are trademarks of DigitalGlobe.
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