Dexter + Chaney makes executive promotions

By |  August 17, 2016

Scott Rosenbloom (left) and Curt Westberg

Dexter + Chaney promoted Scott Rosenbloom to its vice president of strategy and Curt Westberg to its vice president of customers. Both of them will report to Norbert Orth, president and CEO of Dexter + Chaney.

In Rosenbloom’s new position, he will oversee all product direction and management, as well as manage the company’s third-party partnerships and technology integrations. According to the company, he will also continue to work at improving features and functionality within its Spectrum suite.

“This is a very exciting and pivotal time in the construction industry,” Rosenbloom says. “There is a lot of opportunity out there to embrace and adopt new ideas and technologies that will enable Spectrum to continue to advance the state of the industry and continue to deliver value to our clients. Innovation and integration are key to delivering the tools that our clients want, and I’m honored to be leading that charge here at Dexter + Chaney.”

In Westberg’s new position, he will manage client relationships, deliver customer communication satisfaction and retention strategies, develop client advocacy programs, and increase customer awareness and education of Dexter + Chaney products and services.

“Dexter + Chaney has always enjoyed a strong reputation as a company that listens to and invests in its customers, driving our technology development around their needs,” Westberg says. “As our company has grown significantly over the past few years, this is a chance to take those relationships to the next level and create truly collaborative and rewarding partnerships with our clients. As a long-time member of this company who has worked closely with customers over the years, I am very excited about this opportunity.”

Dexter + Chaney, headquartered in Seattle, supplies the construction industry with software for business and operations. It developed Spectrum Construction Software and services more than 1,100 companies.

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