Ewing-based 1WorldSync Holdings, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) network that enables brands to securely and continuously share critical product data with a community of retailers, operators and distributors across industries, has named Steve Sivitter as chief executive.
Sivitter is a seasoned CEO and operating executive with over 30 years of international experience spanning Asia, Europe and the Americas. He brings to 1WorldSync significant global software experience and a passion for commercial leadership, operational excellence and customer satisfaction.
“1WorldSync has amazing customers, I look forward to working with our global team to create more value for their businesses,” Sivitter said. “Our commitment as an early, innovative leader in the space will continue to be central to our continued drive for customer success.”
Most recently Sivitter served as president and CEO of Hexagon Production Software, part of Hexagon AB’s manufacturing intelligence division. Prior to that, he was the CEO of Vero Software, a high-profile company producing computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software that was purchased by Hexagon in 2014. Vero also had been backed by Battery Ventures, which is 1WorldSync’s majority shareholder.
1WorldSync remains dedicated to GS1 and global industry standards focused on supply-chain and e-commerce visibility and efficiency. The company’s platform has become increasingly important for brands to go to market faster and manage the growing number of product attributes across e-commerce and in-store channels. More than 13,000 customers leverage the company’s platform to publish standardized and unstructured product attributes and content — label information, package dimensions and ingredients, among others — and push that data to partners across the supply chain.
“We are excited about 1WorldSync’s growth potential and have confidence that Steve can provide the global leadership and customer-centric experience required to take 1WorldSync to the next level,” said Richard Smith, 1WorldSync’s chairman. “Specifically, we see potential for the company to expand its network, develop new products and pursue complementary acquisitions.”
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