American Business Awards felicitate RizePoint CEO with Silver Stevie
Frank Maylett, CEO and President of RizePoint, a leading name in quality experience management software, won a Silver Stevie Award in the ‘Executive of the Year’ category. Maylett was recognized at the 15th annual American Business Awards for his command in the computer software industry. Holding a bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Phoenix, Maylett also studied Business Administration and Management, at the University of Utah.
According to Kevin McAllister, RizePoint’s Chairman of the Board, “Frank is a talented leader. RizePoint’s recent growth has been driven by his focus on the customer and dedication to delivering a quality solution that meets their business needs. We are proud of what he’s accomplished at RizePoint with his tremendous work ethic, strong industry knowledge, and unwavering commitment to the company culture.”
Maylett’s has 20 years of experience in leading, expanding and selling software services to different organizations.
“I am proud of the RizePoint brand,” said Maylett. “It’s synonymous with a customer-focused software company through a culture of achievement. This award reflects an excellent team and it is an honor to be recognized among other global business visionaries.”
RizePoint has rightfully earned its first-ever ranking on the Salt Lake Tribune’s Top Workplaces list. It also received recognition from The Silicon Review, Food Logistics, the Women Tech Council, and numerous individual awards for its new executive team.
Apart from RizePoint, Maylett had worked at top positions driving sales, alliances, and services with renowned organizations like Workfront/AtTask Inc, Kabira Technologies, IBM, and Novell. In 2016, he was named as CEO of the year by the Utah Technology Council and was selected as CEO of the year by Utah Business magazine.
RizePoint’s journey to fame
• The company serves more than 387,000 users in 120 countries and territories, speaking 40 languages.
• Their software is used by five of the top eight hospitality brands and five of the top eight food service brands.
• The company’s mobile and cloud-based software help organizations improve the quality, safety, and sustainability of their products, services, and facilities.
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