Blackline Safety names new Principal Software Architect
Ms. Kasper will champion software performance, reliability, compliance, and data privacy and security for Blackline’s cloud software and delivery platforms.
Technology / IIoT
CALGARY — Blackline Safety Corp., a company involved in connected safety technology with a hardware-enabled software-as-a-service (HeSaaS) business model, named Lisa Kasper to its new global role of Principal Software Architect. Ms. Kasper will be responsible for driving a significant portion of Blackline software architecture as the company evolves its product offerings into the connected worksite more broadly.
Ms. Kasper comes to Blackline with a background in software architecture, recently at Illinois-based S&C Electric Company and Motorola Solutions. Her experience includes delivering mission critical Push-To-Talk (PTT) services, public safety solutions over public carrier LTE networks, and development of smart electrical grid products and solutions.
“With Blackline, I’m looking forward to be a part of a motivated, collaborative team advancing innovative technologies that have a real impact on the lives of real people,” said Lisa Kasper, Principal Software Architect, Blackline Safety.
“It also gives me the chance to extend my public safety knowledge into the connected workplace to better protect workers.”
As a key member of Blackline’s technology team and its first-ever Principal Software Architect, Ms. Kasper will champion software performance, reliability, compliance, and data privacy and security for Blackline’s cloud software and delivery platforms including user portals, data analytics, APIs and beyond.
“We are excited for Lisa to join our team. Her 20+ years of experience will help us broaden our connected safety portfolio, bringing in elements like health & safety sensors and devices,” said Brian Sweeney, CTO, Blackline Safety.
Ms. Kasper joined the Blackline team starting on February 28, 2022.