Bellevue-based LiquidPlanner has a new chief executive: 35-year-old Liz Pearce, who was formerly the company’s chief operating officer.
The 20-person company has offered online project-management tools since 2008 and now has more than 1,100 corporate customers in more than 50 countries. It’s profitable and increased sales close to 50 percent last year.
Former Chief Executive and co-founder Charles Seybold is becoming chief product officer. The other co-founder, Jason Carlson, remains as chief technology officer. Both are Expedia veterans.
“Over the years, we’ve seen increasing demand for our solutions across small and medium-sized businesses, in addition to large enterprises,” Pearce said in a release. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to extend our co-founders’ original vision to new markets.”
Pearce ran a marketing consultancy before joining LiquidPlanner in 2007. The graduate of George Washington University earlier worked at Amazon.com, Google and Sony Computer Entertainment America.