Acro Media Announces Steve Netzlaw As Chief Operations Officer

Acro Media Announces Steve Netzlaw As Chief Operations Officer

Company Adding C-level Executive To Drive Greater Operational Efficiency

Stephen+Netzlaw+2017-resizedKelowna, BC, Jan 12, 2018  Acro Media, Inc., a global leader in Drupal Commerce, specializing in omnichannel eCommerce enterprise solutions, announced today that Steve Netzlaw will become the company’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) effective immediately. Due to Acro Media’s exponential growth in the eCommerce space, fostering relationships with Telus Mobility, Koodo Support, and Liveperson, they have doubled in size with no slowing down in site.

“Steve has been a great asset to us over the years. In his previous role as Head of Business Development, he has been an integral player in the strategic direction of the company. When we decided to shift from website design to eCommerce Steve was a huge influencer in our decision to specialize in Drupal Commerce and that has lead to our success. We saw a niche market that wasn’t being satisfied and built our business around filling that need. Now we look to Steve to keep our operational efficiencies in check as we continue to grow and find new opportunities.” - CEO, Shae Inglis.

In his new role, Netzlaw will be challenged with the alignment and prioritization of company resources and ensuring operational excellence across the company.

“Acro’s strategy has never been more compelling than it is now. As we continue to push the limits of Drupal Commerce to meet our clients needs, we continuously have revolutionary breakthroughs. It’s a very exciting time and I’m humbled to work with such great people, doing great things. It’s with great humility I take on this role and I look forward to help lead the company in the next phase of innovation tied with operational excellence.”

Prior to this appointment, Netzlaw was Head of Business Development, tasked with the continued growth of the company. Under Netzlaw’s leadership, Acro saw a 20% growth year over year.

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