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M Corp Names Industry Veteran Larson to Senior VP Role

“I am honored to lead a practice that, over the past 19 years, has earned a reputation for superior client experience, particularly with agencies that are under high pressure or in crisis,” Tom Larson told Industry Insider California.

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Tom Larson, a career technology executive, has been named senior vice president for professional services by M Corp.
Tom Larson
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M Corp, based in Sacramento, recently launched a “corporate-level rebrand,” launching a division focused on creating new products and solidifying its leadership positions, in addition to Larson’s appointment: Ryan Clements is senior VP of product solutions, and Emily Holtz is VP of product operations.

“I am honored to lead a practice that, over the past 19 years, has earned a reputation for superior client experience, particularly with agencies that are under high pressure or in crisis,” Larson told Industry Insider California. “We will continue to help programs transform as data-driven organizations on a mission with a clear path to success.”

When M Corp first announced its plans last month, CEO Alex Castro said in a statement: “Our new product division is disrupting the status quo by offering clients a real pathway to achieving their vision and goals, while also reducing risks associated with modernization.”

M Corp has launched its flagship product ReM Score, an “innovate readiness assessment” tool to help leaders assess risk before heading into a project. The company also plans to release subscription-based services in the near term to help M Corp clients modernize their operations.

Among the agencies M Corp has worked with are the California Department of Public Health, the Employment Development Department and the State Lands Commission.
Dennis Noone is Executive Editor of Industry Insider. He is a career journalist, having worked as a reporter and editor at small-town newspapers and major metropolitan dailies in California, Nevada, Texas and Virginia, including as an editor with USA Today in Washington, D.C. He lives in Northern California.