Williamsburg, Virginia – Index AR Solutions, a leading provider of enterprise augmented reality applications for industry, today announced that Christopher A. Biernacki has joined the company as Manager, Operations.
Biernacki brings experience from the shipbuilding and commercial nuclear sectors to Index. He will join the operations team led by Dexter Lilley, EVP and COO of Index. Index operations is responsible for a variety of functions to include client projects, sourcing, facilities, finance, administration, and legal.
“We are positioning our company for a breakout year,” said Index President and CEO Dan Arczynski. “We are excited to have Chris on board to help us grow Index at this critical time.”
Biernacki comes to Index AR Solutions from Canberra Industries Inc. where he provided engineering and support services for Canberra’s industrial clients. Earlier, Biernacki served as nuclear engineer and health physicist at Newport News Shipbuilding.
Biernacki is excited about the potential of augmented reality and Index AR Solutions. “I am thrilled to be joining this team. Index’s operational excellence coupled with augmented reality has the tremendous potential to transform many facets of business and industry,” said Chris Biernacki.
Biernacki earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the College of William & Mary’s Mason School of Business. He also graduated Magna Cum Laude from Radford University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physics with a minor mathematics and chemistry.
About Index AR Solutions
Index AR Solutions is a 2015 tech startup based in Williamsburg, Va., that provides turnkey projects deploying high-impact augmented reality (AR) applications on a company’s mobile device. For consultation on AR implementation or a turnkey project quote, contact Index AR Solutions via the website at https://www.indexarsolutions.com/contact/ or by phone at 757-707-8046.
Index AR Solutions is teamed on enterprise augmented reality with Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS), a shipbuilder with $4 billion in revenue and 20,000 employees that is the sole designer, builder and refueler of US Navy nuclear aircraft carriers and one of two companies that designs and builds US Navy nuclear submarines. NNS is a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII), the largest shipbuilder in the U.S. with over $7 billion in revenue and 35,000 employees.