SynergySuite Hires Finance and Ops Leader Eric Sailsbery as CFO

LEHI, Utah, July 17, 2019 – SynergySuite, a leading restaurant management software, hired Eric Sailsbery as chief financial officer. Sailsbery joins the executive team to guide financial strategy at time of rapid growth for SynergySuite, which just closed a $6 million Series A funding round.

In this position, Sailsbery leads finance, accounting, legal and business operations. He brings more than three decades of experience in finance, public accounting and operations to SynergySuite, as well as a passion for growing technology companies. As vice president of finance at Workfront, Sailsbery oversaw company growth from $19 to $150 million and led their IPO preparation.

“Eric has a proven history of building strong financial systems to enable company success, and we’re excited to have him lead our financial strategy at this critical point in SynergySuite’s growth,” said Greg Staley, SynergySuite CEO. “His experience in streamlining financial systems and strategic operations at technology companies is a tremendous asset to our company.”

Prior to joining SynergySuite, Sailsbery directed finance and accounting for Triple Net. His previous roles included vice president of finance at Workfront and CFO at Futura. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Brigham Young University.

About SynergySuite

SynergySuite helps multi-unit restaurants simplify operations and increase profitability with easy-to-use restaurant management software. Businesses have the insights and tools they need to run the back office—all in one place. Global brands trust SynergySuite’s mobile-first software with inventory, purchasing, recipe costing, food safety, scheduling, cash management, human resources and business intelligence. For more information, visit synergysuite.com.

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