Livermore, California (PRWEB) January 06, 2014
ReServe Interactive, a leader in catering, event management, dining reservations and table management software solutions, announces the hiring of Suzanne Zevalkink as an account specialist. Zevalkink will join both the product services and sales teams.
Zevalkink comes to ReServe Interactive with more than 14 years of experience in the hospitality Industry in the areas of catering and special event management. She began her career in 1998 as an operational manager for Levy Restaurants. In 1999, she worked as a convention sales manager for the Chattanooga Convention & Visitors Bureau and then moved into corporate and special event planning for DaimlerChrysler, Ford. In 2002, she returned to Levy Restaurants where she held a variety of positions including General Manager and Director of Catering Sales at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Most recently, she was the Food & Beverage Manager for Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, CA. She also served as a contracted project manager for ReServe Interactive in early 2013 where she managed special projects and administered training for national catering clients.
“Suzanne joins our team with a unique skill set including extensive hospitality management experience. She is also a former ReServe Interactive software user. This combination will be beneficial to both prospective and existing customers as she has a first-hand understanding of their operational needs and knows how the software can work best to meet those needs,” explains Beth Goodell, President of ReServe Interactive.
About ReServe Interactive
ReServe Interactive specializes in Catering, Event Management, Dining Reservation and Table Management software applications for the hospitality industry. Established in 1996, ReServe Interactive software is used by more than 10,000 industry professionals across more than 1,500 hospitality venues nationwide including hotels, restaurants, sports and entertainment facilities, golf and private clubs, cultural institutions and wineries. For more information, visit http://www.reserveinteractive.com.