MRI Software Appoints Marc DiCapua and Charles McDowell to Senior Leadership Team

Cleveland, OH – MRI Software, a leading provider of real estate software solutions, announced today the appointment of Marc DiCapua to Vice President, Global Client Support & SaaS Service Center, and Charles (Chuck) McDowell to Vice President, Global Professional Services & Client Experience. In these executive positions, DiCapua and McDowell will champion the operations within MRI that are focused on providing and expanding upon the highest quality client experience around the globe.

“I am quite pleased to welcome both Marc and Chuck to the Senior Leadership Team of MRI,” said Patrick Ghilani, Chief Executive Officer at MRI Software. “As successful company veterans, their appointment represents the consistency and experience that our employees, clients, and partners will certainly benefit from. I have great confidence in each of their abilities to further strengthen MRI’s commitment to providing the most innovative and flexible products and services in the market.”

About Marc DiCapua
As an MRI veteran of 17 years, Marc DiCapua has held leadership positions within various areas of the organization, including Product Management, where he helped drive the strategic development of MRI’s Commercial Management, Foresight, and Accounts Payable product lines, and within Professional Services, where he led implementations of many of MRI’s largest institutional clients. Prior to MRI, Marc worked as Manager of MIS at The Yarmouth Group, a subsidiary of Lend Lease Corporation, where he implemented a full suite of networking technologies, as well as the MRI Property Management and Accounting Applications across their entire portfolio. Marc began his career as a Staff Accountant with Northern Lake Properties, a real estate investment and property management company. Marc attended the University of Toledo in Ohio.

About Chuck McDowell
Since joining the MRI consulting team in 2007, Chuck McDowell has held a number of key leadership positions focused on providing clients with innovative and high quality implementation and training services. Chuck has led a number of major initiatives within MRI, including the creation of the MRI Enterprise Learning Library (MELL), the development of our Client Experience Program, and managing some of the largest implementations in the company’s history. With over 20 years of experience in enterprise software and professional services, Chuck has spent the majority of his career working in the real estate market within all major sectors across the globe. Prior to joining MRI, Chuck was a long-tenured management consultant with Capgemini (formerly Ernst & Young) where he focused on leveraging both software technology and process improvement to deliver solutions to the global real estate industry. Chuck holds a Bachelors of Business Administration (Accounting) from Kennesaw State University in Georgia.

For more information about MRI Software, visit our website.

About MRI Software
MRI offers property management software solutions to the global real estate management and investment industries. As the leading provider of real estate enterprise software applications and hosted solutions, MRI serves the global multifamily and commercial property industries, helping them improve their bottom line and maximize their returns on their diverse business portfolios. MRI leverages its more than 40 years in business to develop long-term successful relationships with its clients. For more information, please visit


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