Dexter + Chaney Announces Executive Team Moves Amid Significant Growth
SEATTLE, WA As its strategic growth initiatives continue to translate into success in 2016, Dexter + Chaney announces two significant moves among the company's executive team.
Dexter + Chaney President Norbert Orth will be assuming the additional responsibilities of CEO. Orth has been at the center of driving the company's recent growth - setting corporate strategy and driving operational execution through the senior leadership and management teams.
John Chaney, Co-Founder of the company, will assume the role of Executive Chairman. He will lead Dexter + Chaney's board of directors and work closely with Orth to shape the company's future.
"I am extremely proud of the team we have in place here at Dexter + Chaney and am energized to help us in our continued growth," Chaney said. "Over the years, Dexter + Chaney has been committed to bringing leading-edge technology to the construction industry and shaping the capabilities of modern construction ERP software. Both the short- and long-term opportunities for our business have me very excited."
The past few years have seen Dexter + Chaney enjoy record sales and double-digit growth. This current growth stretch began as the company redesigned its Spectrum® Construction Software to deliver the first truly web-based ERP construction software to the market. In December 2014, Dexter + Chaney received a significant equity investment from Pamlico Capital, allowing the company to enact a series of strategic growth measures that has expanded the company's footprint in the construction software marketplace. Among these measures: adding a number of new employees to help facilitate growth initiatives; significantly growing its strategic business partner and reseller network throughout North America; bringing on several new leading-edge technology partners and integrating their services with Spectrum; dramatically increasing research and development initiatives to further advance both software and technology options for its clients; delivering more in-depth training and educational resources for clients; and expanding its role as a leading supporter of industry associations and organizations.
"The strategic initiatives we've put in motion - and will continue to put in motion - have positioned Dexter + Chaney as the industry's leader in delivering mission-critical technology," Orth said.