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Rob Grimm

Rob has more than 15 years of experience in information technology and business solutions with a wide array of expertise in project management, data center design, life cycle management and business processes. Prior to joining Waste Pro, he held Director positions in information technology and marketing, aligning top-performing teams in the transportation and construction industries.
Throughout his career, Rob lead several successful initiatives to pair technology solutions with business needs, one of which being the execution of a technology roadmap designed to meet a construction company’s expansion during the housing boom. He contributed to the development of new sales software to manage product workflow and reduce the time cycle of the company’s home construction process and he also collaborated with key executives to measure performance metrics.
He successfully oversaw the implementation of Oracle JD Edwards Enterprise Resource Planning system including manufacturing, service, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), inventory, and finance among other modules. The project resulted in three different legacy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems being merged into a single solution across the enterprise.
Additionally, Rob managed the deployment of a complete Cisco environment encompassing wireless, voice, data and security solutions in North America. This allowed the company to scale rapidly while ensuring consistent levels of service to employees and customers.
Rob joined the Waste Pro team in 2016 as the Director of Information Systems, a role in which he manages a team of professionals who deliver technology solutions to datacenters, processing facilities and regional offices throughout Waste Pro’s Southeastern footprint. Vendor management is a primary responsibility of Rob’s team, as Waste Pro continually partners with top talent to provide technology resources.
Rob obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a minor in Logistics from Penn State University. He and his wife have two children.