The Ezassi innovative team is what makes your innovation success possible. Innovation is your priority and ours. We are geared with professionals with the experience, knowledge and insight you need to achieve innovation, to capture unique, qualified ideas so you can get to market quickly.
As CEO of Ezassi, a fast-growing Innovation management software technology company, Jennifer oversees the strategic direction of the organization and upholds the company’s position at the forefront of the industry. Under her leadership, the Company is positioned to grow organically and through strategic partnerships with double-digit growth potential this year.
With a strong commitment to innovation and results, combined with a dedication to client needs, Jennifer is successfully realigning the company’s software product, transforming Ezassi’s newest software release as a valued and advanced Enterprise Innovation Management Software Solution.
A true thought leader, Jennifer 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.
As the new Chief Innovation Officer for Ezassi, Denise Fletcher is responsible for expanding the company’s innovation leadership strategic focus and spearheading all innovation consultancy services for Ezassi clients. She works closely with companies in all stages of their innovation program development and execution to help ensure success. In addition, she oversees the development of the Ezassi Innovation Advisory Board.
Denise formerly served as VP & Chief Innovation Officer for Xerox Healthcare, Pharma & Life Sciences where she was responsible for achieving annual group innovation revenue targets, fueling thought leadership strategies, engaging customers in innovation strategies, and driving innovation through a robust research and development pipeline. She has 6 patents pending in healthcare & pharma. She was recognized by Front End Innovation in March 2014, as one of the top 40 women in Innovation and in 2012 she received the National Diversity Council Award for most powerful and influential woman in Connecticut and received two corporate entrepreneur awards for “best new service” in 2014 and “new venture” 2015.
As Chief Customer Officer for Ezassi, Walter leads all client deployment engagement activities. He is heavily focused on client engagement success and relationship enrichment, ensuring the voice of the client is heard, inclusive of project success and throughout the evolutionary innovation lifecycle. In this capacity, he also provides strategic intelligence and oversight of all external marketing and customer facing initiatives.
Walter has more than a decade of transforming business strategy into industry leading, digital experiences that drive customer engagement and business efficiency. Prior to joining Ezassi, Walter spent four years with JPMorgan Chase. During his tenure with the bank, he managed the design and deployment of several online applications for the home lending business within the Retail Bank, including the development of a multi-phase ecommerce strategy and digital roadmap for the Wholesale Home Lending business unit. Earlier in his career he led the digital strategy practice group for a Southeast-based marketing consulting firm.
Ray’s experience as a business advisor for entrepreneurs in the Northeast Florida area combined with his academic credentials and research background give him insights into ways innovative companies of all sizes can succeed.
Ezassi armed with an MSc in General Management with an emphasis in international business from Sloan Fellowship Master’s Program at London Business School. Prior to that, he spent 10 years in financial analysis, accounting and forestry research with Canada’s largest forest products firm. There, he was responsible for the consolidation of operating results, plans and forecasts for nine operating divisions with annual revenues exceeding $700 million. Ray also holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Victoria in British Columbia and CMA from the Certified Management Accountants of Canada.