Past Technology Leader at Tribune Company, Edmunds.com and Yahoo! to Join Leading SaaS Emergency Notification System Provider
LOS ANGELES, CA – January 28, 2010 – Everbridge, the world’s recognized leader in incident notification systems, today announced the appointment of Scott Sullivan to the position of Chief Technology Officer. Responsible for defining and executing the technology vision for Everbridge, Mr. Sullivan will also lead the company’s product management, engineering and technical operations.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Scott to our talented team of seasoned executives,” said Cinta Putra, Chief Executive Officer for Everbridge. “Scott’s extensive track record of delivering technology solutions and managing infrastructure growth to position companies for success will be a tremendous asset to our company.”
Mr. Sullivan joins Everbridge from Tribune Company and the Los Angeles Times (a subsidiary of Tribune), where he served as Chief Technology Officer, Interactive overseeing the publication group’s transformation and growth into online and interactive components. At Tribune Company, he also served as Senior Vice President of Technology Innovations for Tribune Interactive, the company’s interactive arm for its Newspapers and Broadcasting stations.
Mr. Sullivan has also held leadership roles with organizations including Edmunds.com, where as Chief Information Officer, he was responsible for the company’s overall information technology and product development efforts; and Yahoo!/Overture Services, where as Senior Vice President of Technology Operations and Engineering, he played a key role in developing, deploying and operating the world’s largest pay-for-performance search and transactional platform.
Mr. Sullivan graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a degree in finance and minor in computer science.
Everbridge, the world’s recognized leader in incident notification systems, merges technology with industry expertise to help millions of people communicate in a crisis, manage operational incidents and connect on a daily basis. The company’s notification platform and incident lifecycle communications model makes communicating to many as simple and effective as communicating to one. Organizations in more than 100 countries—including Salesforce.com, Marathon Oil Corporation, the State of Connecticut, the American Red Cross, and Virginia Tech—rely on Everbridge for their emergency notification and day-to-day communication needs. For more information about Everbridge, visit www.everbridge.com