Greetly Expands Executive Team with Three New Hires

Posted by Greetly Digital Receptionist on March 5, 2020

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Denver, Colo. — February 6, 2020Greetly, the only fully customizable visitor management system in the world, welcomes three new professionals to its leadership team:

  • Jorge Garcia, Chief Technology Officer. Garcia, a graduate of the prestigious university Tecnológico de Monterrey, brings more than 15 years of technology and leadership experience to the Greetly team. In his role, Garcia leads all aspects of Greetly’s product development team. Before joining Greetly, Garcia worked on many critical projects for the city of Chicago including the city’s department of revenue and its tax increment financing reform technology platform. He was also a Senior Systems Architect for Gate3, LLC.
  • LuLu Maher, Director of Business Development. A veteran of the personal health marketplace, Maher manages relationships with all existing clients while driving new business initiatives for Greetly.
  • Brenden Thornton, Lead Developer. Thornton will work to increase

Greetly’s ability to best serve the needs of enterprise clients including the US Air Force, DHL and the Dallas Cowboys. Thornton’s 10 years of industry experience includes work with NBA Entertainment and several additional global brands.

“We conducted a detailed and extensive search to fill these three positions and were fortunate to find three industry veterans that fit our culture perfectly and understand the marketplace deeply,” said Dave Milliken, Greetly’s Founder. “Our growth in the marketplace has been tremendous over the past two years as we have significantly increased our enterprise client base.”

About Greetly

Greetly is the only fully customizable visitor management system serving enterprise and SMB clients across the globe. Greetly’s digital receptionist app manages visiting customers, vendors, interview candidates, deliveries, facility tours, scheduled entries and exits, and more. This modernization to office reception capabilities results in significant time and money savings for Greetly clients. The technology — which provides instant visitor notifications, collects e-signatures, and prints visitor badges — can be branded and customized to the unique needs of each work environment. Greetly’s solutions are used by several brands including DHL, the Dallas Cowboys, Office Evolution Randstad, and the United States Air Force. The company was named in 2020 as a Key Company within the visitor management space by QY Research. To learn more and start a free trial, click here.

What Is Greetly?

An easy to use visitor management system. Which helps you save on a traditional receptionist. It is a fully customizable platform that integrates with all well-known messaging and client management systems. Clients have found it simple to set-up and manage.




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