Eleven promotes Eric Sullender to vice president of products

Eleven promotes Eric Sullender to vice president of products. Sullender will be responsible for the product strategy, design and delivery of Eleven’s guest Internet management and guest computing solutions.

Sullender joined Eleven as a software developer and one of the first employees more than 11 years ago. He has filled many roles during Eleven’s growth, but has maintained a core focus on building industry-leading products using innovative technology. He has been an active member of Hotel Technology Next Generation (HTNG) participating in the Software Forum’s Point-of-Sale and Infrastructure and Device Forum’s Mobile ID and Authentication workgroups. Eric is a regular presenter at HTNG member meetings and HITEC tutorials on such topics as Wi-Fi, mobile applications, and bandwidth management.

Prior to joining Eleven, Sullender was responsible for designing and developing a SaaS web application to provide nationwide commercial and residential real estate data at a small start-up in New York City. He began his career as a consultant with Arthur Andersen’s Advanced Technology Group advising small start-ups and large corporations on their Internet technology strategy. Sullender holds a BS in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University’s College of Engineering. Eric also serves as a volunteer firefighter, EMT and EMS Lieutenant in Brookfield, CT.

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