The Software Report | The Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2020
The Software Report is pleased to announce the Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2020. These exceptional CEOs were selected based on nomination submissions from colleagues, peers and other software industry participants. Nominees were reviewed across a number of key areas including company performance, workplace culture, product strength and strategic decision-making, among other areas. They were most closely evaluated based on qualitative and substantive commentary provided in the nomination submissions.
As in years past, the awardees this year represent highly regarded CEOs whose colleagues both internal and external to their company praise their effective leadership style. And in many cases, we were impressed with the outpouring of support, respect and admiration from their employees. It has become clear that to build a high performing organization supported by a constructive and enduring culture, the CEO needs to possess a unique set of rare skills. Please join us in recognizing The Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2020.
49. Wendy Rogers, eSUB Construction Software
Wendy Rogers is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of eSUB Construction Software, a provider of cloud-based project management, timecard management and corporate management for commercial subcontractors of all trades. Rogers launched the company to revolutionize the enormous construction subcontractor market underserved by the technology sector. She’s been the CEO since its inception, making her one of just six women that are Chief Executives of tech firms in the construction industry. With over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, Wendy has garnered a slew of accolades for her innovative leadership style. As one of her colleagues shared, “The key objectives that Wendy established for her management team was to maintain a culture to create “eSUB Lifers.” This is established by creating a fun, casual work environment with plenty of room for professional advancement.” Between team building, creating a sense of urgency to make a positive change in the world, and focusing on inclusivity, unity, and giving back to the community, Rogers doesn’t just care for her workforce, but also the impact they have on the rest of the world. Previously, she was a Chief Marketing Officer at CCMS, where she redesigned brand strategy, integrated service offerings and sales strategies, and developed the National Educational Seminar. Before that, Rogers was a news and entertainment producer at ABC, responsible for designing, writing and producing entertainment and news promotions, including campaigns, dailies and sweeps promotions.