Ezassi Names Jennifer Creech as Chief Executive Officer
Proven software leader joins company to enable next level of growth.
Jacksonville Beach, Florida, January 8, 2017 — Ezassi announces that Jennifer Creech has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer, effective January 4th. In her new role, Jennifer will be responsible for the launch of the next iteration of the Company’s innovation management software platform, as well as overseeing all aspects of the Company’s global expansion effort.
Ms. Creech brings to eZassi more than 15 years of C-Level management experience with expertise in: SaaS and cloud technology solutions, data mining and driving year-over-year double digit revenue growth at the companies she has helped to build. Prior to joining eZassi, Creech was the CEO and President of InHouse, Inc., where she conceptualized and led the development of an award winning, cloud-based appraisal management software platform. Based on her leadership skills, the growth of the business and market success of In House’s commercial appraisal technology, she was awarded the 2015 Women of Influence by HousingWire. In addition to InHouse, Creech has also held executive positions with DeepGreen Financial, Global Title Services, RBC Bank and Washington Mutual.
“I am extremely pleased to welcome Jennifer to eZassi; she is a proven leader whose broad experience in the software space will allow us to better serve our customers and to take our open innovation solutions to the global marketplace,” said Bill Wolf, Chairman of the Board.
Ezassi is a cloud-based, enterprise innovation management software platform that includes a set of integrated modules that enable organizations to solicit and accept ideas, accelerate decision making with high powered analytics and collaborative workflows while also reducing intellectual property (IP) risks inherent with social ideation and co-design.
Today, Ezassi solutions are providing exceptional value to leading companies in the healthcare, consumer products, food & beverage and real estate industry segments by powering their internal and external innovation efforts.