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Chronus Appoints Wes Muschara as Vice President of Product

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SEATTLE, WA – Chronus, the leading employee-driven development platform, is pleased to announce Wes Muschara has joined the company as the Vice President of Product. In his new role, Wes is poised to further sharpen Chronus’ innovative development platform to help clients and their teams combat current workplace issues such as employee disengagement and connectivity.

“We could not be more excited to welcome Wes into the Chronus team and company culture. He has shown passion for the Chronus mission and proven to be an industry go-getter in solving HR problems with a market technology solution,” said David Satterwhite, CEO of Chronus. “He has led countless talented and diverse teams of product managers, marketers and strategists, and we’re excited to help him collaborate with both internal and external Chronus stakeholders.”

Over the last 13 years, Wes Muschara has been a crucial leader in product strategy and product management for a number of HR tech companies including ADP, Deloitte, and Apex HCM. Prior to Chronus, Wes was the Chief Product Officer at Apex HCM, where he was responsible for developing the product management strategy, process and team, and also handled sourcing and growing company partnerships. Upon Apex HCM’s acquisition by IRIS, Wes was elevated to lead the company’s Payroll Product Management team where he developed and executed a comprehensive product strategy plan, and built fruitful and impactful partnerships for the organization.

Wes brings not only a deep understanding of the HR tech landscape, but also comes to the Chronus table with extensive leadership experience in a number of disciplines. Starting off his professional career with service in the United States Army, Wes served as commissioned officer in the 101st Airborne Division, which included a year-long deployment to Iraq. After his military service, Wes embarked on an eight-year sales career before transitioning into product management. He currently holds a Master of Science in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas at Austin.

In his new role, Wes will be focused on ensuring Chronus remains the preferred market leader in the employee-driven development segment, with a heavy emphasis on producing solutions that are simple, scalable and inclusive. With a keen eye for current workplace and human capital challenges, Wes is intent on generating talent connection tools for leading enterprise organizations.

“As a new member of the Chronus mission, I’m excited to join a group of enthusiastic and customer-focused teammates where a culture of humility and success is evident. On top of that, the mission and purpose of employee-driven development is at the root of an engaged, connected and continuously developing company, in today’s world” said Muschara. “I’m excited to see how our technology will further drive better engagement, productivity and career growth for employees today and organizations in the future.”

 

ABOUT CHRONUS
Chronus is the leading employee-driven development platform, providing enterprise-ready solutions designed to tackle workplace disengagement and employee turnover. Offering an innovative approach that fosters connection, shared learning and growth through mentoring and ERGs, Chronus empowers organizations to build resilience and success by ensuring employees feel connected, understood, and developed.

A standout in the market because of its scalability, simplicity, leading security protocols and inclusive connectivity, Chronus has successfully partnered with major brands and progressive companies for almost two decades to connect and develop their employees. Chronus has delivered remarkable results for companies like Amazon, LVMH, Boston Children’s Hospital, ExxonMobil, NCBUniversal, Baker Tilly, Zendesk, eBay, Paychex and Albertsons Companies.

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