Announcements
January 16, 2023

Welcoming Tyler Price to the Cocoflo team as our new Account Executive

Cocoflo is thrilled to announce the appointment of Tyler Price as our new Account Executive! Tyler brings with him eight years of experience selling SaaS solutions to the public sector. His bachelor’s degree from George Mason University in Public Administration with a concentration in state and local government will be a valuable asset to the Cocoflo team. 

Tyler is located in Virginia and will play an important role in expanding our footprint across the US, specifically within the DMV region (Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia). Although he will spend most of his time working remotely, Tyler will be based in Stafford and operate out of Cocoflo’s US headquarters which is located within The Virginia Smart Community Testbed.

As a SaaS account executive, one of Tyler’s main goals is to help our government partners address their administrative pain points in order to improve efficiency and productivity. Through a highly collaborative and consultative approach, Tyler and the team will be able to assist our clients with software solutions that streamline processes and reduce the workload of government employees, freeing them up to focus on more important tasks. 

"It’s really all about improving the lives of citizens, whether they are from the general population or are public service administrators themselves,” said Tyler. “If a government agency is able to process requests or services more efficiently, it can lead to a better experience for anyone who interacts with the municipality.”

We are excited to have Tyler on board, and we look forward to the ideas and market knowledge he will bring to the team. Let's give him a warm welcome!

Head to our Company page to learn more about the Cocoflo team.

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