Carney brings to Predictive Service a long history of managerial excellence, and has a proven record of fostering profitability in former roles. He has served in a wide range of positions throughout his career, ranging from Director of U.S.  Operations and International Service Manager to collegiate Department Chair and Field Service Engineer. Carney’s previous employers have included Fortis College ;  Q-Lab Corporation; ScottCare Corporation; Malthus Diagnostics, Inc.;  Radiometer America, Inc.; the U.S. Air Force; and more. His accomplishments to date include doubling service profits, reducing average repair cycle times by 75 percent, creating new field service organizations and developing international service markets to expand company success abroad. Committed to passing the fruits of his experience on to others, he has also created new curriculum and programs throughout his tenure as a technical instructor.

“We are excited about Mr. Carney joining our team for several reasons,” stated Donald Frankel ,  President of Predictive Service. “First, he has had a very distinguished service operations management career to date, and has proven that he not only knows how to hire and train team members to be valuable assets to a company, but he knows how to do so in a way that benefits the individual, the company’s bottom line and the customer.  Additionally, Mr. Carney’s background as a college-level educator,  combined with his first-hand knowledge of the engineering field, makes him especially valuable to us at a time when we are quickly growing as an organization. I have no doubt that he will be an asset to our PdM group moving forward.”

About Predictive Service

Predictive Service is a global company focused on providing engineering,  maintenance, reliability and sustainability solutions.  We utilize a collaborative and customized approach to maximize our clients’ results accomplished through deploying unique technologies, thought processes,  people, products and services. We offer a complete spectrum of engineering and consulting services, predictive maintenance technologies, equipment efficiency and reliability, energy management,  and repair solutions.  Our highly-skilled, global team of professionals serves an international client base with offices in North America, South America, Europe and Asia.  Predictive Service is also one of America’s Fastest Growing Companies for the sixth consecutive year as rated by Inc.5000.    Additional information about Predictive Service is available at www.PredictiveService.com.

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