Bill Milligan Appointed to Technica Corporation Advisory Board

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Bill Milligan

Bill Milligan

On May 9th Technica Corporation, a professional services, products, and innovative technology solution provider, appointed Bill Milligan to its Advisory Board. The purpose of the Advisory Board is to help guide long term and strategic planning at Technica and work to accelerate growth strategies and investments. Milligan is the second member to be named to the Technica Advisory Board; he joins co-founder and CEO of HPTi, Tim Kennan.

Milligan stated, “I’m looking forward to being part of financial planning at Technica. There is much potential for the company’s current platform and augmenting the portfolio of contracts and past performance with the right financial investment.”

Milligan brings over 30 years of experience in financial management to his new role. He has held the CFO position at the following companies; Capstone, FCI Federal, Blue Canopy, HTPi, Anystream, and MRJ Technology Solutions. In his new role on the Advisory Board Milligan will be providing advice on creative approaches to leveraging existing company assets and assessing areas of investment from a financial planning perspective for Technica.

Bill Groah, Technica’s CFO said, “Mr. Milligan brings a needed level of expertise for the next generation of growth. In today’s price-emphasized government contracting industry, his experience in competitive pricing for bids is extremely important right now and can make the difference for successful awards. Further, his experience in mergers and acquisitions and capital expansion will be very important in guiding our future growth and maturing the company infrastructure.”

When asked about the addition of Milligan to the Technica Advisory Board, Bob Kipps, Managing Director at Kipps DeSanto stated, “Adding Milligan is another exciting strategic move for Tehnica. Bill’s unique skills are valuable for firms looking to grow and build value.”

Related: Technica Corporation Names Tim Keenan to Advisory Board

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