Evisions Names Harris Hunt as New Vice President of Product Management



Higher Education SaaS Solutions Provider Expands Executive Team

IRVINE, CA – May 10, 2016 – Evisions, Inc., a leading provider of software solutions for higher education and research administration, announced today that Harris Hunt has joined Evisions as vice president of product management.
“Harris brings executive leadership to our product management team and a successful track record of developing scalable solutions and organic revenue growth in the software industry,” said Matt McLellan, president of Evisions. “His experience developing high-growth product strategies in business-critical, regulated industries makes him a valuable addition to the Evisions team.”

Prior to joining Evisions, Hunt served as the vice president of product management for Experian Consumer Services, where he was responsible for credit and identity protection products, including freecreditscore.com and protectmyid.com. Hunt also led global product management and marketing teams at Yahoo! Search Marketing, FileNet and MSC Software.

“With established solutions in both higher education and research administration markets, Evisions is in a great position for continued growth,” explained Hunt. “I look forward to working with emerging technologies and a great engineering team to further our position in the marketplace.”

Hunt received multiple awards for his previous work at Experian and Yahoo!, is an Expert in Residence at the UCI Institute for Innovation and a long-standing contributor to OCTANe – the Orange County business association dedicated to advancing technology, biomedical, and clean tech companies in the county.

About Evisions, Inc.:
Evisions is a leading provider of innovative, easy-to-use software solutions that automate business processes for higher education and research administration professionals. Supported by world class customer support and a commitment to a superior user experience, Evisions products simplify and streamline workflows, eliminate manual and redundant processes, and increase productivity through greater efficiency. Learn more or join the conversations at www.evisions.com/higher-education, www.evisions.com/research, @EvisionsInc and blog.evisions.com.

Press contacts:
Kyle Biniasz
Evisions, Inc.
(714) 824-5252 x235




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