Steamatic president named to ClientRunner’s new advisory group

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FORT WORTH, TX — ClientRunner Software Inc. today named Steamatic President Steve Willis to the new ClientRunner Product Advisory Council (CPAC), according to a press release.

ClientRunner designed the CPAC, which is composed of industry members and customers, to help ClientRunner decided the future direction of its platforms and products.

“Our customers have always played a key role in shaping ClientRunner software as a powerful mobile solution that is simple to understand and easy to use,” ClientRunner President and CEO Scott Severe said in the release. “Steve has a deep understanding of our market and skillfully articulates what is most important to our customers. He is a valued thought leader with an extensive and wide-ranging industry background, and will be a tremendous asset to the CPAC.”

Steamatic made the move to ClientRunner a year ago, and Willis attended ClientRunner’s Product Summit this past October.

Willis said in the release, ““ClientRunner has been a great partner for Steamatic, and being able to help direct and advise on future development plans is a plus for the entire Steamatic franchise system.”

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