Sungevity, the nation’s fastest growing residential solar company, today announced its Chief Paul Stroube, information officer (CIO). Stroube, Sungevity reports directly to the Executive Director, Andrew Birch, and is charged with the further development of the company’s computer systems, the power of its unique and easy to work with the online “iQuote”.
Stroube, was recently in a large network within the community, the general manager of Xfire, and is for as many Sungevity months the third key to the leadership of the rental. In February the company announced that Mack Irvin, formerly SunPower Corp., such as the economic leader, and in March, a social media guru, Patrick Crane, LinkedIn, joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer. In the past 12 months has almost tripled the size of Sungevity, and now more than 150 professionals to support the company’s rapid growth.
Birch, “Mack and Patrick, such as Paul brings a wealth of information on the rapidly growing our company,” said. “Highly scalable systems, and experience an interactive network tools enable us to Paul, a new advance in our industry-leading customer experience and expand our solar social network.”
Stroube has more than two decades of experience in the consumer Internet software development. Stroube oversaw technology, operations and results services at Xfire, the network connection to the community of over 10 million players around the world. Xfire, served as Vice President and General Manager of the month, the Web Stroube, the Engineering and production of the Ask Jeeves/Ask.com, the number one brand for questions on the network for more than 90 million monthly users. He worked also in IGT/WagerWorks roles management.
“Sungevity is built in a smart tag to the owners of the household who are saving money on their electric bill increasing the community” said Stroube. “By improving our encounter, add data, and the introduction of the new social media tools, we can grow this network even further, particularly as we prepare to launch officially the our services on the East Coast.”
A short video, Sungevity released announcing what Stroube, founder of Sungevity, discussions with the hiring, Danny Kennedy, in his new location, and the company’s online game, solar SFUN (www.solarsfun.com). The game allows users to earn a $ 100 home solar energy plant and a Sungevity is an easy online process “iQuote” information. The video can be viewed on the YouTube Channel: Sungevity n http://ow.ly/4CecT.