Welcome Michael Beck to the team
Savi is pleased to announce the addition of industry veteran, Michael Beck, to the team.
Mr. Beck will join Savi’s team as EVP of Enterprise Sales and help the company continue to expand its reach and market presence.
With more than 20 years of hospitality operations, sales, and leadership experience, Michael has lived end to end in the hospitality technology vertical. From cooking on the lines to operations in the restaurant, to POS and leading-edge hospitality focused SaaS technologies; Michael has a clear view of the whole picture.
“Michael is a proven performer and we are grateful to have him as part of the Savi family. He brings not only a deep level of industry knowledge and expertise, but a level of energy to the organization that is infectious.” Said Brock Weeks, CEO of Savi “He aligns not only with what we want to accomplish, but the principles that guide Savi and we look forward to what we’ll be able to accomplish together.”
“The reason I joined Savi is really two-fold, the people and culture are what initially caught my interest. However, it was when I actually got a look at the product, what it does and how it works that I said to myself, “This is something so cool, I really have to be part of their success story!”
Before joining Savi Solutions as EVP of Enterprise Sales, Michael enjoyed the last 7 years of his career at Par Tech / Restaurant Magic in various roles of progressive leadership, having served most recently as their VP of Sales and Marketing. Prior to joining Par Tech, Michael had built an impressive network of tier 1 clientele and contacts and continues to foster and develop strong relationships throughout the hospitality industry today.
“I love what I do because at the core of it, we are really helping people and businesses to grow and succeed”
Among his credentials and accomplishments, Michael has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the University of Maryland, Associates Degree in Culinary Arts from WCI / Le Cordon Bleau and has proudly served during wartime in the United States Army. Today Michael spends most of his time in Tampa Florida with what he calls his “Little Tribe”. Of his many accomplishments, Michael is most proud of his newest role as husband and father to his wife and two children.