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Larry Letteney has joined Somerville, Mass.-based Second Wind Inc. as the new vice president of operations.

In his new position, Letteney will oversee production, operations and customer support, and products and technology.

"We are seeing opportunities for growth in many facets of the wind industry, and Larry has the knowledge and ability to help us scale up to meet the increasing demand for our technologies," says Walter Sass, president of Second Wind.

Letteney brings 20 years of experience in software, firmware and Web services for start-up, mid-stage and public technology companies. He most recently served as president of HubCast, a global, Web-based service for expedited delivery of color managed digital print. Letteney successfully assembled a team of experts to build key technology for the company and led efforts to establish production throughout 20 countries.

SOURCE: Second Wind Inc.



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