TSR, Inc. (Nasdaq: TSRI), a leading provider of computer programming consulting services (“TSR” or the “Company”), today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Thomas Salerno as President, CEO and Treasurer of the Company.
Effective as of March 23, 2020, Thomas Salerno was named President, Chief Executive Officer (principal executive officer) and Treasurer of TSR. Previously, on January 27, 2020, Mr. Salerno had been named Acting CEO of TSR. Since 2011, Mr. Salerno, 52, has served as the Managing Director of TSR Consulting Services, Inc., the Company’s IT consulting services subsidiary and largest business unit. Mr. Salerno has over 20 years of experience in the technology consulting industry. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Salerno spent eight years at Open Systems Technology as Associate Director, two years as Vice President of Sales and Recruiting for Versatech Consulting, and three years as an Account Representative for Robert Half Technologies. Mr. Salerno holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Johnson and Wales University.
“The board and I are convinced that Tom can lead TSR through these uncertain times and on to its next stage of growth,” said Bradley Tirpak, Chairman of the Board. “He has demonstrated leadership and a fresh perspective in almost every corner of the business.”
About TSR, Inc. TSR provides contract computer programming services in the New York metropolitan area, New England, and the Mid-Atlantic region. It offers technical computer personnel to supplement the in-house information technology capabilities of its customers in the areas of .net and java application development, Android and iOS mobile application platform development, project management, IT security, cloud development and architecture, UI design and development, network infrastructure and support, and database development and administration, and also provides business analysts and other staff to its customers. TSR, Inc. was founded in 1969 and is based in Hauppauge, New York.
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