Some other CIO announcements that poured in this week\u2026Jim Healey\u2019s stuck on Glu Mobile.\u00a0 He joined the San Mateo, Calif.-based company, which creates and publishes games and ringtones for cell phones, as its CIO.\u00a0 Healey\u2019s very familiar with the video game space, having previously worked for Electronic Arts. At EA, he was corporate vice president of operations and vice president of information technology.\u00a0 Among his accomplishments at EA, he directed the initial development and implementation of EA\u2019s e-commerce website.\u00a0 Says a jocular peer who knows Healy: \u201cJim\u2019s a really good leader who gets \u2018it\u2019.\u00a0 Just don\u2019t ask what the heck \u2018it\u2019 is.\u201dHealy is the latest addition to our group of operational CIOs http:\/\/www.cio.com\/blog_view.html?CID=9979.\u00a0 Immediately prior to joining Glu, he was Informatica\u2019s vice president of operations and CIO.James L. Zucco, a former CIO at MCI, reached high and was elected to Ureach Technologies\u2019 board of directors.\u00a0 Zucco currently serves as CEO of Corente, a provider of on demand application delivery and management services, and on the boards of dynamicsoftand NetSolve\u00a0(both of which were acquired by Cisco.)\u00a0 He is credited with architecting and leading the development of MCI\u2019s virtual networking products and its Friends and Family campaign.\u00a0 Streicher Mobile Fueling filled its executive offices with new energy.\u00a0 The fuel and fuel services provider hired a new chief accounting officer, vice president of corporate development and a new CIO.\u00a0 William R. Rominger was appointed to the top IT spot at the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based company.\u00a0 Rominger successfully made the transition back into the corporate world after serving as an IT consultant.\u00a0 He most recently was CEO of Osprey IT Consulting. Pitney Bowes Capital Services, the division of Pitney Bowes that finances capital equipment and commercial real estate, financed the hiring of a new CIO.\u00a0 Clarence J. Bastarache is in charge of implementing the IT infrastructure to support PBCS as a standalone company once it\u2019s spun off from its parent.\u00a0 He most recently worked for Mercedes-Benz Credit Corp. as CIO of its automotive finance division and for Daimler Chrysler Capital Services, where he led global business process reengineering efforts and IT strategy. Sage Software wisely hired John Bartz full-time as its new executive vice president and CIO.\u00a0 Bartz had been serving as Sage Software\u2019s interim CIO.\u00a0 Before Sage Software, Bartz worked as an independent IT consultant and held executive IT positions with Spherion, OneSource Management, Siemens Energy and Automation and Westinghouse.