Vice President of Engineering
Neil Hubble is responsible for all aspects of the Engineering Department at Akrometrix. He is responsible for our Technology Roadmap which includes long range product development, ongoing continuous improvements, applications, and tactical development activities. Neil is also responsible for Sales in the Asia Pacific region.
Neil is a 12 year veteran of Akrometrix and a skilled technologist in both hardware and software implementation. Previously, Neil was a Technical Account Manager at Akrometrix, responsible for day to day technical and commercial interaction with our customers. Neil joined Akrometrix out of Georgia Tech, where he graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering.
Andrew I. Sinclair
Chief Financial Officer
Andrew brings to Akrometrix over 29 years of successful financial and general management experience including 15 years as a Chief Financial Officer and 7 years functioning as a Chief Operating Officer. He has significant expertise in manufacturing, distribution and technology companies. He is responsible for all administrative aspects of the LLC as well as Manufacturing. He is also responsible for Sales in the Americas and European region.
Andrew was the Controller of Automated Packaging LLC., a full service liquid contract manufacturing company. Prior to this he served in multiple leadership positions to include CFO of Derstine’s Inc., a foodservice distribution company on the Inc. 5000 list, Director of Contracts and Chargebacks with AmerisourceBergen, a Fortune 25 Company, VP of JMC Consultants, Inc., a technology consulting firm and CFO and General Manager of Wissahickon Spring Water Inc. Andrew began his career at the Royal Crown Cola Co. as a financial accountant later moving to Royal Crown Bottling Co. as an Assistant Controller and then Controller. Andrew has a BBA in Accounting from Columbus State University and an MBA from St. Joseph’s University and is a member of the American Institute of CPAs.
Director of Operations
Alex Spradling is responsible for managing the operations at Akrometrix, including the improvement of the operational systems, processes and procedures in support of the company’s mission. He plays a significant role in long-term planning, including all initiatives geared toward operational excellence, day-to-day management of production, all aspects of quality, inventory, and facilities. Prior to Akrometrix Alex worked for the Coca-Cola Company as a Supply Quality Engineer and as a Commercialization Engineer working on projects such as the Gas-Island Vendor and the Glass Front Vendor. Alex joined Akrometrix in 2003 as a Test Engineer. In 2005 he began work as a Mechanical Design Engineer helping the company to design and improve many of its key pieces of equipment. In 2007 he began work as a Quality Engineer until he was promoted to Operations Manger in 2009. Alex holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and is a member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ).