Newark, CA— Nexient, America’s leading provider of 100% US-based Agile software product development, today announced that Nexient CEO Mark Orttung has been named one of the Top 50 Tech Service CEOs for 2019.
According to The Software Report, Orttung is one of “a handful of CEOs who stood out for their entrepreneurial capabilities, tenacity and demonstrated leadership skills.”
The Software Report selected Orttung from among approximately 600 nominations for his leadership and operational strengths, including:
“Nexient’s product teams on tap model reflects the changing needs of Fortune 500 and technology firms,” said Orttung. “Saving time and money is no longer enough. Ourproduct-minded teams are also helping enterprises create remarkable userexperiences at the speed of a startup, and enabling high growth tech companies toaccelerate to market.”
Orttung honed his product expertise over thirty years in Silicon Valley software development, including executive roles at Bill.com, Rearden Commerce (recently acquired by Enterprise Holdings as Deem), GetThere and Genesys, as well as Accenture’s Palo Alto Center for Strategic Technology and Institute for the Learning Sciences. He holds a BS in Mathematical and Computational Sciences from Stanford University, a MS in Computer Science from Northwestern University and 30 US patents.
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