Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
MinuteBids Inc., a Bloomington, Minn., technology company formally announced that Jeremy Raadt, a co-founder of MinuteBids, has joined the company in a full time role as Vice President of Engineering. MinuteBids offers a free online Request for Proposal (RFP) platform for commercial property managers to request bids for their property maintenance needs.
Jeremy Raadt, an experienced technology entrepreneur, has over 15 years experience as a web developer and software engineer. Mr. Raadt’s experience includes technical leadership roles at Gearworks, Inc., Bethel University, and Access Genetics. Working with MinuteBids’ co-founders, Mr. Raadt built the MinuteBids web application from the ground up.
“I’ve been involved with MinuteBids since its inception. The opportunity to join the company at this point in its history allows me to positively impact our growth plans and to lead the development of the next generation of MinuteBids new products and services,” said Jeremy Raadt.
“Jeremy’s hands on experience with MinuteBids, his drive to succeed and his knowledge as a software engineer will assure our success in the market,” said Cory Factor, MinuteBids Inc.’s chief executive officer. “Jeremy is a key member of our team and will help us achieve our aggressive growth objectives.”
Mr. Raadt is a Cum Laude graduate from Bethel University in both Computer Science and Business and Finance.
MinuteBids enables property managers to submit a bid request to multiple local top-rated commercial grounds maintenance service providers in minutes. Our unique Project Creator uses scope of work questions, aerial photos, and simple annotation tools that allow property managers to quickly define project parameters and instantly be matched to top-rated service providers. Service providers submit their bids online, allowing the property manager to quickly and easily facilitate the bidding process and award the bid. MinuteBids works with its customers to build the features they need to run their businesses more successfully. For more information, visit http://www.minutebids.com.