SS&C reshuffles Eze Software leadership

SS&C Technologies said former CEO and general manager of Eze Software, Jeff Shoreman, will leave the firm next month.

SS&C Technologies has appointed a new general manager of execution and order management systems provider Eze Software, a year after the tech giant acquired the firm for $1.45 billion. 

According to a statement, Eze Software’s former CEO and current general manager, Jeff Shoreman, will leave SS&C Technologies as of 15 November this year. No details were given by SS&C as to the reason behind his departure. 

Michael Hutner, who currently leads global sales for Eze has been chosen to succeed Shoreman and lead Eze as its new general manager, reporting to senior vice president at SS&C, Robert Roley.

“Over 20 years, Mike has served in many sales and client service leadership roles,” said Roley. “He has made several changes to his senior leadership team to put our most experienced executives in client-facing roles. We believe there are tremendous opportunities ahead of us, and we are aligning our organization to go after them.”

At the same time, Mike Reddy while assume the role of chief operating officer of SS&C Eze, and Anthony Rossi will serve as head of North American application sales. Reddy and Rossi have been working at Eze since 2016 and 2006 respectively. 

“I’d like to thank Jeff for his leadership and wish him well. We have built a strong executive team where each person brings a diverse set of skills while sharing the common goal of delighting our customers,” said Hutner. “I look forward to leading this team and aligning with other SS&C businesses to ensure clients experience the simplicity of working with a single provider.”

SS&C Technologies completed its acquisition of Eze Software in October last year for $1.45 billion. The deal saw 1,050 employees in 15 offices and more than 2,500 clients ac