Sydney, Australia – SiteMinder (ASX:SDR), the world’s leading open hotel commerce platform, today announces the appointment of data-analytics software entrepreneur Dean Stoecker as an independent non-executive director of the Board, effective 15 September 2022.
An established leader in technology, Dean co-founded software giant Alteryx (NYSE:AYX) in 1997, a company specialising in automating analytics, which today plays a key role in making data-driven tools accessible at all levels of the world’s leading organisations. Currently Alteryx’s Executive Chairman, Dean was previously the company’s Chief Executive Officer.
Dean’s appointment further increases the diverse breadth of expertise among SiteMinder’s Board of independent directors, supporting the global company’s next phase of growth and the expansion of the hotel commerce platform.
Pat O’Sullivan, SiteMinder Chair, says, “We are privileged to welcome the well-respected software entrepreneur Dean Stoecker to the SiteMinder Board, as the company executes on its next phase of growth. Passionate about digital transformation, Dean’s extensive experience as a leader in data analytics software will be invaluable to the team, as SiteMinder extends its hotel commerce platform with data-rich intelligence solutions for hoteliers everywhere to future-proof their business growth.”
Dean will serve on the SiteMinder Board alongside Pat, Jenny Macdonald, Kim Anderson, Sankar Narayan (CEO & MD), Mike Ford (Co-founder), Paul Wilson and Les Szekely.
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SiteMinder Limited (ASX:SDR) is the world’s leading open hotel commerce platform, ranked among technology pioneers for opening up every hotel’s access to online commerce. It’s this central role that has earned SiteMinder the trust of tens of thousands of hotels, across 150 countries, to sell, market, manage and grow their business. The global company, headquartered in Sydney with offices in Bangkok, Berlin, Dallas, Galway, London and Manila, generated more than 100 million reservations worth over US$35 billion in revenue for hotels in the last year prior to the start of the pandemic.