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Paperless Parts Announces New Executive Leadership

Paperless Parts, an estimating and quoting platform for job shops and contract manufacturers, announced the company headquarters has moved to 60 State St. in Boston, MA, more than tripling its footprint. In addition, there have been two key executive hires: Alan Hawley has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Sales, and Jason Luce has joined as Senior Vice President of Engineering.

Hawley, who has led high-growth sales teams for companies like Validity Inc., and Volt Active Data, brings to the company a strong operational background and track record for building and leading high-functioning, hypergrowth go-to-market teams.

"It is a tremendous honor to join the Paperless Parts team," said Hawley. "I am blown away by the company's track record for delivering tremendous customer value. Every day I hear new stories from our field team about how we have changed the lives of those who own and operate job shops. It is an incredibly rewarding place to work, and I look forward to driving more market adoption for our platform."

Luce most recently served as SVP of engineering at SessionM (acquired by Mastercard in 2019.) Prior to that, he was head of engineering for LogMeIn's Emerging Products line of business. With expertise building platforms that enable rapid scale, Luce will be overseeing Paperless Parts' continued platform innovation, including the development of its core quoting platform, as well as its emerging eCommerce functionality. In addition, given his experience in security and privacy, Luce understands the complex requirements for platforms that handle sensitive data.

"Currently, a quote is sent via Paperless Parts every minute, and more than 1 million parts have been uploaded into the platform," said Luce. "I am excited to build on the company's strong foundation, deliver on an ambitious product vision and lead a team delivering solutions that radically improve the way job shop owners manage and grow their businesses."

In addition to Hawley and Luce, the overall Paperless Parts team grew by 86% in 2022 and there are plans for continued growth over the next year. Paperless Parts' new headquarters is a collaborative and central office environment that fosters teamwork and creativity.

"The past year has been one of tremendous growth on all fronts. A key ingredient in our ability to grow as quickly as we have has been the addition of exceptional leaders and a strong hybrid office culture that allows people to collaborate and innovate," said Jason Ray, co-founder and CEO of Paperless Parts.

For more information contact:

Paperless Parts

60 State St.

Boston, MA 02114

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