TAMPA, Fla. (February 4, 2014) – MamaBear App recently announced the addition of two software engineers to the team – Tom Hanks as an infrastructure engineer and Patrick Sadusky as an Android engineer.
“We are thrilled to add this local talent to our in-house staff “said MamaBear President, Robyn Spoto. “It is important to us to have a team in our home office supporting our core values and protecting our families.”
As an infrastructure engineer, Hanks is responsible for designing, developing and maintaining the MamaBear family safety back end services functionality. Hanks will also work on new product development; designing, developing and testing new features for MamaBear App; troubleshooting and providing customer support. Prior to MamaBear App, Hanks worked as a senior software developer for Quality Distribution and as a developer for Lifestyle Family Fitness. Hanks has more than 11 years experience in the software field and attended the University of South Florida.
Patrick Sadusky has joined MamaBear App as the Android engineer. He is responsible for designing, developing and maintaining the MamaBear family safety Android app. Additional duties include designing, developing and testing new products for the Android App, reproducing and fixing support issues and improving upon the product when possible based on usage and competitive research. Most recently, Sadusky worked for 16 years as a software engineer for ViryaNet, a computer software company based in Boston. Sadusky has also worked as a software engineer for Raytheon. Sadusky is also a graduate of the University of South Florida with a degree in computer science.
MamaBear is the first-ever, all-in-one parenting app to monitor location, safe-speed driving and social media activity. The app is in public beta and is available on iOS or Android. For more information, visit Mamabearapp.com or Google Play or Apple iTunes.
The MamaBear app was conceptualized in the summer of 2011 as an all-in-one parenting app that monitors location, social media and safe-speed driving. The mission is to create tools that provide parents a peace of mind while giving children needed freedom. MamaBear values safety, family, trust, empathy and privacy. www.Mamabearapp.com—