The Resumator Goes All in with New Leadership Team
The Resumator rounds out its leadership team with the addition of Andy Fraley as Chief Technology Officier.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
The Resumator, the provider of a Web-based hiring platform for growing employers, added more talent to its leadership team by introducing Andy Fraley as its Chief Technical Officer. A seasoned technical and operational executive, Fraley will play a key role in helping the fast-growing startup accelerate its growth.
”I’m flattered that someone with as much experience and credibility as Andy was inspired by The Resumator and has made the ultimate vote of confidence by joining our team to help us take our company to the next level,” said Don Charlton, The Resumator’s CEO and Founder.
Fraley´s expertise in network management, large-scale software architecture, product management and technical sales derives from 25 years of experience filling the void between technology and business. A graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fraley is keenly aware of evolving technology and its role in business systems.
His professional career started as an engineer at Hewlett-Packard, where he quickly became one of the youngest managers in the company. He went on to lead one of the fastest growing software teams in Pittsburgh as the Senior Director of Software Development at FORE Systems. Then, as co-founder and CTO of CoManage, he helped build a leading product in a new telecom software category. All of this experience was before Fraley became the CTO of SnapRetail, where he helped build and lead a top-notch product team in retail SaaS.
“I am impressed by this growing company,” said Fraley. “They´ve done a tremendous job of laying the groundwork for success, and I´m truly excited to see how far we can take it.”
This enthusiasm stems from a strong growth period for the company selling a next generation SaaS hiring platform. In the last year alone, The Resumator has doubled its client list. Accordingly, Fraley´s vision and presence adds to a leadership team that is expanding as well.
Jason Jacobetz recently joined The Resumator team as the Vice President of Sales, while Laurie Barkman became the Vice President of Marketing less than a year before him. The Resumator leadership team is excited about the growth trajectory of the company.
Fraley´s hire marks the 34th team member at The Resumator, a company that had just 2 full time employees at the beginning of 2011.
“We´re gaining notoriety in the marketplace, and that´s directly translating into more customers, and also the ability to attract the best local talent,” said Charlton. “What´s even more exciting is that we now we have the right people in place to maximize our growth, products and service.”
About Laurie Barkman:
Laurie has a 15-year track record of success and leadership in marketing. Prior to joining The Resumator as Vice President of Marketing, Laurie scaled demand generation efforts at American Eagle Outfitters and The Art Institutes. Her early career was in Human Resources at Ingersoll-Rand Company. She earned an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University´s Tepper School of Business and a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.
About Jason Jacobetz:
Jason has over 13 years of experience driving exponential growth and building sustainable value in software and IT service organizations. Prior to joining The Resumator as Vice President of Sales, Jason was the Director of Sales for Continuum (formerly Zenith Infotech), and has held various sales and marketing positions in managed services and IT consulting organizations. Jason has a BS in Business from The Pennsylvania State University.
About The Resumator:
The Resumator is a software company dedicated to helping great people build great companies. Since 2009, its groundbreaking Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applicant tracking, social recruiting and job marketing platform has continually attracted some of the fastest growing companies in the world. The Resumator has helped thousands of employers streamline the hiring process to be more collaborative, cost effective, and even fun.
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