Versique Hires Jared Hummel as VP, Finance
July 28, 2017 – Jared Hummel recently joined Versique as Vice President, Finance. His experience includes industries such as manufacturing, real estate management and the home services business. Jared has held various financial and operational leadership roles within closely held companies ranging from $5m-$50m, working with the owners to maximize their value and profitability. Jared’s specialized skill set and extensive finance experience make him a valuable addition to the Versique leadership team.
“One of Jared’s many strengths is working with business owners to help scale their businesses to a new breakthrough level of growth. We are excited to welcome Jared to Versique and have him a part of the Executive Team,” said Versique CEO Tony Sorensen.
Prior to joining Versique, Jared showed outstanding success with the companies he worked with by producing a revenue growth of no less than 35% annually. He has raised over $4 million dollars in investments from angel investors to fund the growth of 500% over a three year period. Jared is passionate about using the financial arena of a business to drive key performance indicators and operational efficiencies that lead to increased revenue and profitability.
“I am excited to join Versique and look forward to working with the leadership team to maximize the value of the company. Tony and Chris have worked diligently to create a phenomenal culture and I want our execution to allow us to expand our team exponentially in the coming years,” said Jared. “One of my favorite quotes is: Team beats talent when talent isn’t a team.”
Versique is pleased to welcome Jared to the team. His expertise, experience and leadership will add significant value to the company
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