BP Logix today announced that E. Scott Menter has joined the company as VP of Business Solutions. In this role, Menter will work directly with the firm’s leadership team, contributing in the areas of product strategy and customer advocacy. In addition, Menter will be responsible for the company’s social media program, sharing news and insights from BP Logix via Twitter, at http://twitter.com/ESMatBPL, LinkedIn (via the BP Logix group, at http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1830986) and the BP Logix blog, at http://blog.bplogix.com.
“Scott is an experienced and versatile executive who understands our customers, business and technology exceptionally well,” stated Ed Skiko, CEO of BP Logix. “We believe Scott’s business acumen, customer experience and contacts are particularly well suited to BP Logix, and will contribute significantly to our goal of becoming the number one supplier of lean BPM software solutions.”
“This is a tremendous opportunity and I value the confidence BP Logix management has placed in me,” remarked Menter. “More importantly, it’s truly an exciting time to join the company, as its unique and innovative BPM products are helping customers succeed across many industries and markets. I look forward to working closely with the team as we continue to build and support the industry’s best lean BPM products.”
Prior to joining BP Logix, Menter was head of technology for WaMu Investments, a brokerage firm managing retirement and investment accounts for nearly 500,000 customers nationwide. Before assuming that role, Menter was Director of Infrastructure Services at the University of California, Irvine where he led the teams responsible for managing core technology services that supported a community of over 35,000 students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Earlier in his career, Menter founded and led ESM Services, a company that developed, marketed and supported enterprise software solutions in the areas of workflow automation and identity management. His early career included technical and managerial responsibilities for Lehman Brothers.
Menter holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Brandeis University and has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations.