VENZA Expands Product-Marketing Team, Adds Justin Fortuna as PHP Developer

VENZA, the leading provider of data protection and regulatory compliance solutions for the hospitality industry, today announced the hiring of Justin Fortuna as PHP Developer. The move continues the expansion of the company’s Product-Marketing Team which is responsible for the creation and servicing of VENZA’s core programs and products.

The hiring of Fortuna adds a second full-time web developer to VENZA’s staff. Based remotely in support of VENZA’s Pensacola, FL office, the PHP Developer position is responsible for building new and innovative website functionality and tools and maintaining and upgrading current applications. The role will provide significant support for the VENZA PEAK™ Learning Management System and the soon-to-be-released VENZA System.

“I am extremely excited to join VENZA and thrilled to have the opportunity to work with its outstanding Product-Marketing Team,” said Fortuna. “VENZA’s clients depend on our web-based products, and I am looking forward to continuing to improve them and deliver extraordinary value.”

Fortuna brings extensive experience to the position. He has nearly two decades of experience as a full-stack developer. Fortuna holds a bachelor’s degree in business marketing and management from Penn State University and resides in Youngstown, OH.

“VENZA is known for its world-class hospitality-focused products, and we are committed to continuing to expand our team to support them,” said Barbara Espinosa, Product Marketing Director. “As we continue to improve our PEAK™ Learning Management System and roll out the transformational VENZA System, the growth of our development team will make an immediate impact. Justin’s expertise in web development will make our product launches faster and smoother, allowing us to deliver on the continued promise of better visibility for better defense. We’re thrilled to add him to the VENZA team, are excited to continue our growth, and look forward to further additions soon.”