Wayfair names Jeremy Delinsky CTO

Online furniture retailer Wayfair announced that Jeremy Delinsky will join the company as chief technology officer. Delinksy has more than 10 years of leadership experience, previously serving as CTO at athenahealth and most recently as chief product officer. Delinksy will report directly to Steve Conine, Wayfair co-founder and co-chairman, who formerly served as CTO.

"Jeremy has extensive expertise in scaling a large technology business and an impressive track record of bringing innovation to market," Conine said. "As we continue to scale our business, I look forward to working closely with Jeremy to lead our rapidly growing team of more than 350 engineers. He will be a valuable addition to my team and our Wayfair executive team as we continue on our path as a technology innovator and one of the world's leading e-commerce businesses."

During his four years as CTO at athenahealth, Delinsky was responsible for improving software development, user experience, product management and technology infrastructure organizations. As chief product officer, he managed the development and commercialization of athenahealth's emerging products.

"I am excited to join Wayfair and its leadership team at a time when the company is gaining such strong momentum," Delinsky said. "Steve has been a true visionary in building the technology that powers Wayfair's business and I am thrilled to join his team to help him drive the ongoing innovation and product development that will firmly establish Wayfair as the world's best shopping experience for home goods."

Delinksy held other leadership positions at athenahealth in product management and operations before serving as CTO and chief product officer. He began his career at Deloitte Consulting in strategy and operations. Press Release

 

 

 

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