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Franklin's National Seating & Mobility adds CIO

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Daniel Curling

Daniel Curling is the CIO at National Seating & Mobility, headquartered in Franklin.

National Seating & Mobility (NSM), North America’s largest provider of comprehensive mobility solutions, has added Daniel Curling as chief information officer.  

Curling has more than 20 years of experience in technology related positions in both private equity and public companies building new platforms and services that enable business growth.

“Daniel is an innovative leader with a track record of success in driving transformational technology solutions for international businesses,” said Bill Mixon, NSM CEO. “His experience will be invaluable to our team as we continue to lead the future of technology-driven care for our industry.”  

Curling most recently served as senior vice president and CIO for Asurion, a Nashville-based provider of insurance, warranty and support services for mobile devices, consumer electronics and home appliances. He has also served as VP of product delivery for Sabre Hospitality and Travelocity. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in business analysis.

In this role, Curling will be responsible for leading technology strategies and solutions for NSM, which is headquartered in Franklin. He will replace Mark Marschke, who retired at the end of 2020. 

“I look forward to being a part of the mission-driven NSM team and am excited to join them in advancing new technologies taking client service to the next level,” Curling said.

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