Uniguest Hires Hospitality and Tech Industry Vets

Jeff Hiscox and Matt Goche bring varied but deep backgrounds in high-tech to their new company.

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Nashville-based Uniguest, a global provider of technology-including digital signage and interactive kiosks-to the hospitality industry, announces the hiring of a new CEO and COO.

Jeff Hiscox has been hired as the new CEO. Hiscox has an extensive hospitality technology background with a track record of growing revenue and achieving results, according to his new company. Previously, Hiscox served as president and CEO of Newmarket International in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where he oversaw significant growth. During his time there he successfully acquired and integrated six companies into Newmarket, creating a dynamic culture that led Newmarket to be selected as one of the best companies to work for in New Hampshire during the last five years of his tenure. Prior to Newmarket, Hiscox was the vice president of sales at Surebridge/ManagedOps, and most recently was a consultant for mid-market technology companies specializing in coaching, executive leadership mentorship and growth strategies.

Matt Goche is Uniguest’s new chief operating officer. He has an extensive technology background with a track record of business growth in operational, technical and management positions. He started his career as an officer in the United States Air Force then worked at Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, Virginia, as a technology consultant who led large-scale engagements with the Department of Defense and the Department of Justice. Prior to Uniguest, Matt was vice president of global security services at Sungard Availability Services in Wayne, Pennsylvania, where he built a cybersecurity business supporting more than 600 enterprise clients

“We couldn’t be more excited to hire Jeff and Matt,” says Andy Wilkins, managing partner at Atlantic Street Capital, a private equity firm that acquired Uniguest in 2013. “Jeff’s experience selling to our core hospitality customer set combined with Matt’s cybersecurity and technology expertise, creates the best team in the industry for the products we develop and service.”

Nashville-based Uniguest manages and supports more than 26,000 guest-use devices at more than 15,000 locations across 66 countries and territories for the world’s most recognizable hospitality brands.

SDG Staff

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