Have you heard of Trucept? If you have, then it is time to meet the creative mind behind the success. Brian Bonar is the CEO of Trucept a company that seeks to manage the different tasks of companies; both small and big companies.
The company helps in managing tasks like administration, human resources, payroll and also the employees’ benefits. Trucept is a company that has the mandate to make unique plans for the company while respecting the operations of the business.
He is a financial executive, but it is his technical skills that have compelled his career. Brian attended the James Watt Technical College where he did his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He went ahead to study his Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stafford University in 1985
Brian has had an interesting career. He began his career soon after he completed his Bachelor degree in 1969. He has employed as a procurement manager at the IBM a position he served in until 1985. In April the same year, he joined QMS as the Director of Engineering. He served in this position for four years before joining the Rastek Corporation. In this company, he worked as the vice president of sales and marketing.
According to Bloomberg, Brian Bonar founded the Bezier systems in 1994. For one year between 1994 and 1995, he worked at the CEO of the company. He joined the site Imaging Technologies in 1995 as the Vice President of sales and marketing.
In 1999, Brian became the CEO and the Chairman of the Dalrada financial services a position he holds till today. He founded the AMS outsourcing in 2006, and he served as its managing member until 2013.
Earlier in 2011, Brian had joined Trucept as its chairman and CEO. He has served in this position since then. In November 2016, he announced that he was going to retire from the company. Because of this reason, the company began their long nationwide search of the individual that was going to replace him.
The search was completed in December 2016, but they are yet to announce who will take over the leadership of the company. He will resign from his CEO position but will still be the chairman of the board.
Brian was once the president of the Allegiant Professional Business Services from 2008 to 2010.
Skills and interests
He has gained different skills including; private equity, start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, marketing strategy, corporate development, contract negations, business planning, competitive analysis and the new business development.
He has also developed some interesting hobbies that include; boating and golfing. He loves to spend time with the family when he is off work.