ProcessUnity’s leadership team is committed to operating with the utmost integrity in building and leading an organization dedicated to the success of all its stakeholders. ProcessUnity is proud to have leaders who are industry experts with proven experience in the governance, risk, compliance (GRC) and product and service and offer management markets.
Since co-founding the company in 2003, Todd has helped grow ProcessUnity from a local start-up to a global provider of cloud-based, risk management applications. Under his leadership, ProcessUnity has dramatically scaled its product offerings and distribution channels while maintaining a strong culture of high-performance and innovation.
Throughout his career, Todd has grown successful technology businesses from complex technical concepts in emerging market segments. Prior to ProcessUnity, Todd was a Senior Partner at Computer Sciences Corporation, where he ran CSC’s advanced technology services practice and global alliances team. Previously, he led North American sales at Ontos, an object database technology start-up.
Todd started his career with IBM in 1981 as a software developer in Bethesda, Maryland. From 1985-1988, he led an international product development team while on assignment for IBM in Portsmouth, England. After returning from the UK, he joined the IBM sales force and for five years sold IBM products and services to global financial services customers. Todd holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University.
Sean Cronin leads ProcessUnity’s engineering, sales, marketing and professional services functions. He brings over 13 years of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) experience to the company.
Throughout his career, Sean has been on the front-line working with clients, developing people, and building teams. Prior to joining ProcessUnity, Sean was global vice president of client operations and pre-sales for the Risk Segment at Thomson Reuters Corporation. Previously, he was the Senior Director of Governance, Risk and Compliance within the Application Strategy Group at Oracle. Sean joined Oracle through the acquisition of Stellent, a global provider of content management solutions, where he led sales efforts for the compliance applications. Prior to Stellent, he led pre-sales operations at OpenPages, an early vendor in the GRC space.
Sean graduated from the United States Naval Academy, serving for 7 years as an officer in the US Navy, and earned his MBA from the University of Rhode Island.
As vice president of engineering, Paul Carroll is responsible for the development and production deployment of the company’s cloud-based applications and underlying software-as-a-service platform. Paul joined the company in 2007 with a twenty year track record of programming excellence and hands-on technical leadership.
Prior to joining ProcessUnity, Paul was Director of Software Engineering for Charles River Development, where he was responsible for delivering major components of their global trading and compliance software product for investment managers. Previously, Paul delivered independent software consulting solutions to Verizon, Miles Pharmaceuticals, Putnam Investments, Dominos, and Fidelity Investments.
As vice president and chief technology officer, Eric Kemp is responsible for research and development, infrastructure, and production operation of the company’s cloud-based applications and underlying software-as-a-service platform. As a co-founder, Eric designed and developed the company’s first software platform and set the strategy to adopt a pure SaaS business model.
With over twenty years of experience with large scale Internet-based applications, Eric brings broad architectural vision and insight along with deep hands-on expertise to the rapid design and development of highly-adaptable software. At Computer Sciences Corporation and later as CTO of The Learning Network, he has architected and managed numerous enterprise technology initiatives from physical and logical network design to fully-integrated internet service platforms.
As Vice President of Product Strategy, Todd Boehler collaborates with customers, partners and internal product teams to develop and deliver high-value risk and compliance solutions. In his role, he drives the company’s cloud services roadmap and defines ProcessUnity’s overall strategic direction.
For nearly 20 years, Todd has served in product management and strategy roles for leading technology providers. In 2003, his governance, risk and compliance (GRC) startup was purchased by Stellent, which was soon after bought by Oracle Corporation. Todd worked for Oracle for seven years before joining ProcessUnity in 2014. He has extensive GRC experience, working with organizations’ engineering, services and sales teams to develop solutions, enable sales and deliver customer success.
Todd lives in Connecticut with his wife Jenn and two sons. He enjoys snowboarding, golf and sampling finely crafted New England beer.
Rich Gottesman is responsible for the long-term success of ProcessUnity’s customers and partners. Working with customers and partners, he brings a results-oriented, creative, and interactive approach to bridge the gap between business requirements and technology solutions.
Rich has been working in a customer-focused information technology capacity for over 20 years – ranging from software engineering, technical business analysis, business intelligence and data visualization, and CRM administration and architecture – at Monster Worldwide, Charles River Development, Pathfinder International, Fidelity Investments, and Exxon.
Ed Thomas leads ProcessUnity’s marketing team and is responsible for the company’s awareness, demand generation and thought-leadership programs.
Ed has spent his 20-year career developing and implementing high-impact lead-generation and branding programs for high technology companies, including Stratus Technologies, aPriori, eXcelon, Banyan Systems and Lois Paul & Partners. In fact, ProcessUnity is his third Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) company, and he had served prior roles as the Director of Marketing at Cura Software Solutions and the Manager of Corporate Marketing at OpenPages.
Ed holds a degree in journalism from Boston University. A home improvement enthusiast and woodworker, Ed spends his free time renovating his 1800’s home with his wife, Penny. His work has appeared on HGTV and in This Old House Magazine.