Eze Software Group, a global provider of investment technology across all asset-classes, has announced the appointment of Pete Sinisgalli as its new CEO, succeeding Tom Gavin, according to an Eze Software company statement.
Eze Software Group provides solutions and technology for a variety of asset types, including forex, derivatives, and equities – the company boasts an extensive solutions suite that includes Tradar PMS, Eze OMS, and RealTick EMS. The move to replace Tom Gavin with Pete Sinisgalli as CEO will be effective May 1, 2014, the result of Gavin resigning the post for personal reasons after nine years in the role.
Pete Sinisgalli Brings In Years Of Leadership Experience
According to Pete Sinisgalli in a recent statement in the appointment, “I’m excited to join Eze Software Group and look forward to working with an experienced senior team that has established itself as the best in the business. The company’s recent accomplishments and continued record of success are a testament to the talent and hard work of its 800 employees around the globe. I look forward to leading such a strong organization, helping it execute against its short- and long-term strategic vision while accelerating its growth even further in the years ahead.”
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Indeed, Sinisgalli brings with him an accomplished resume that includes multiple senior leadership roles across several software companies. In his most recent position, Sinisgalli was the president and CEO of Manhattan Associates from 2004-2012, during which he contributed to a bourgeoning company growth profile, along with the adoption of a new technology platform from an existing supply chain management solution. Despite stepping down from his CEO role however, Gavin will still serve on the company board, helping the Eze Software as a strategic advisor.
Tom Gavin Relinquishes CEO Role, Still Remains With Company As Strategic Advisor
“I am extremely proud of what the team has accomplished over the years that I have been with the company. I am thrilled to know that I can transition the CEO role to someone with the talent and experience that Pete Sinisgalli brings to the table. In addition, Pete recognizes and embraces the long-standing cultural uniqueness of Eze Software Group and shares our belief in building a business focused on being ‘a partner and not just a vendor,” added Gavin in an accompanying statement on the resignation.
According to Jeff Shoreman, co-president of Eze Software Group in a statement with regards to the executive move, “I know that I speak for the entire senior management team at Eze Software Group when I say that we are thrilled to have somebody of Pete’s caliber and background join the Eze Software team. Pete brings a wealth of experience that will be extremely beneficial to us as we continue our rapid growth and significantly increase our long-term R&D investment.”