SynergySuite Hires Tech Leader Jared Neilsen as CTO

LEHI, Utah, Jan. 21, 2020 – SynergySuite, a leading restaurant management software, hired Jared Neilsen as chief technology officer. Neilsen’s addition to the executive team provides critical enterprise technology experience and expertise in managing global teams at time of rapid growth for SynergySuite.

In this position, Neilsen leads the development, QA and IT teams. With more than 15 years of experience, he is well positioned to manage product development and infrastructure across the company’s three offices. In previous positions, Neilsen’s accomplishments include leading the cloud migration strategy at Ivanti and Workfront, increasing development velocity at Ivanti, and designing and implementing multiple best practice processes to improve team delivery.

“Jared has a proven history of strong management over international technology teams, as well as implementing process improvements that drive better product development and delivery,” said Greg Staley, SynergySuite CEO. “We are excited to have him leading the evolution of our technology as the company grows.”

Prior to joining SynergySuite, Neilsen led engineering at Ivanti, where he was responsible for the transition to a cloud SaaS model, and was the director of platform operations at Workfront. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Weber State 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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