Mr. Leu brings a wealth of technical expertise and will be fundamental in assisting OSVH OffSite Vision Holdings, Inc. (OSVH), specialists in real-time security and safety solutions, recently announced that the company has strengthened its executive management team by naming Douglas Leu as its new Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Leu brings a wealth of technical expertise and will be fundamental in assisting OSVH with the technical architecture of its current products and research and development of future products. The decision to expand the company’s core leadership team came from the company’s Co-founders, Mark Eklund and William Lenahan who both share the same vision of exceeding customer expectations with unique state-of-the-art security and safety solutions. OSVH’s main focus is to continue delivering security solutions that provide real-time location intelligence and allows response teams to quickly identify the location of people and assets. In order to successfully implement this vision, they looked for an engineering veteran with the right mix of management and software engineering experience. Mr. Leu fits this model perfectly and will be a huge asset to the company’s executive team. “We are extremely excited to work with Mr. Leu and stay at the forefront of new technological advances for new and upcoming products,” states William Lenahan, OSVH’s CEO. In his career, Mr. Leu has lead the development and deployment of four generations of asset tracking solutions and brings thirty years of software engineering experience to the table. As the former VP of Solutions Architecture for Synovia Solutions, he was responsible for architecting and managing the software development of Synovia’s industry-leading Silverlining SAAS product. Prior to joining Synovia Solutions in 2009, Mr. Leu designed and implemented mission-critical, wire-line and wire-less applications for companies such as Kraft Foods, and Lockheed Martin. Mr. Leu graduated with a BS in Computer Science from the University of Dayton in Ohio and a MS in Engineering Management from Santa Clara University in California.