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Easy Automation creates chief technology officer position

Brian Sokoloski brings diverse ag experience to lead the growing technology team.

Brian Sokoloski, chief technology officer, Easy Automation, Inc. (EAI)
Brian Sokoloski, chief technology officer, Easy Automation, Inc. (EAI)
Easy Automation, Inc. (EAI)

Easy Automation Inc. (EAI), an international supplier of automation technology and equipment to the feed manufacturing, fertilizer, and grain handling industries, recently hired a chief technology officer to meet the continual growth of the organization. Brian Sokoloski,  joined the team in May and will lead the technology team as the company’s product line grows.

In the newly created CTO position, Sokoloski, a software engineer by trade, brings an outside perspective to the company as he joins the leadership team.

“First and foremost, we believe Sokoloski is a strong representation of our core values which are extremely important to us at EAI,” shared co-president Brady Gaalswyk. “Having 10-plus years of ag software engineering experience and most recently working and consulting for Fortune 500 technology companies, most recently Oracle, Sokoloski has a strong track record of leading successful teams, developing meaningful industry relationships, and integrating emerging technologies into legacy product lines.”

Sokoloski will drive the technological vision, strategy, and execution that propels Easy Automation forward. This role will encompass both technology development and internal IT functions. He will play a role in shaping the product roadmap, leveraging emerging technologies, and ensuring the scalability and reliability of EAI infrastructure.

“As a developer at heart, I am excited to watch our teams create innovative, reliable, data-driven products and solutions for our customers," Sokolosk said. "Solving problems is at the forefront of our mind and incorporating new technologies in partnership with our legacy products is something you will see from Easy Automation going forward. I am excited to be a part of this team.” 


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