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EnerNOC Inc., a provider of energy management applications, has hired Patricia O'Neill as vice president of human resources.

According to the company, O'Neill has 30 years of human resources experience at technology companies and will now help EnerNOC recruit and retain personnel.

O'Neill's career began with 10 years at Prime/Computervision Corp., during which she established the human resources function for the firm's Scandinavian subsidiaries. She has served as vice president of human resources at Stardent Computer Inc., a 2-D graphical workstation company, and as senior vice president of human resources at First Data Investor Services Group.

Most recently, O'Neill spent 10 years as senior vice president of human resources at Art Technology Group, a company specializing in eCommerce software that was acquired by Oracle in 2011.




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