|Technologist Aaron Linne joins Logos Bible Software|
|Written by Jeremy Burns|
|Wednesday, 18 September 2013 03:53 PM America/New_York|
Digital pioneer and digital publishing strategist Aaron Linne will be joining the Logos Bible Software leadership team as director of church products. In his new role, Linne will lead the ongoing development of Logos’ online community platform, Faithlife.com, and its church presentation software, Proclaim.
“Linne is a digital native with a passion for helping the church use technology to advance its mission,” said Bob Pritchett, president and CEO of Logos. “We are excited to add his skills as a futurist and innovator to our awesome team.”
Linne has a background in leading diverse technology teams in the industry, stemming from his 11 years of experience working at LifeWay Christian Resources. Most recently, he served as director of technology for B&H Publishing Group, where he lead production of more than 250 videos, dozens of websites, a web-based e-reader, MyStudyBible.com and more than 50 apps across the iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Xbox 360 platforms.
“Logos Bible Software has been at the forefront of using technology to help disciple the church and to empower people to spread the gospel,” said Linne, one of the few professionally trained futurists working in the Christian marketplace. “I’m both honored and humbled to join the Logos team to help build today the tool the church needs tomorrow.”
“No other company in the world is doing what Logos Bible Software is doing with technology to serve the body of Christ,” he continued. “I simply want to be a part of that. I want to help build tools today that church leaders will use tomorrow, next year and 30 years down the road.”