MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PTO Genius, an HR technology startup headquartered in Miami, Florida has announced that Michael Viola, Co-Founder of Oasis Outsourcing and HR industry veteran, has joined its leadership team as a Senior Partner and Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Mr. Viola will lead all revenue producing initiatives and be tasked with aligning company resources to deliver on revenue performance goals.
“PTO Genius sits at the forefront of one of the most exciting new HR technology products in our lifetime, the ability for employees to reimagine what they do with their PTO,” said Viola. “I believe PTO Genius has significant potential to continue to reshape the future of HR technology and I look forward to working with the incredibly talented team to accelerate innovation and create value for our clients and their employees.”
Prior to joining PTO Genius, Mr. Viola was a Co-Founder and Chief Sales Officer for Oasis Outsourcing. At Oasis, he built a national sales organization of 175 professionals based out of 40 offices, generating net sales of $300 million with 9,000 clients, and some 300,000 Worksite Employees to become the largest privately held PEO in North America. Before joining Oasis, Mr. Viola was a Sales Leader at Paychex and had a successful career in banking serving as Vice President of Corporate Banking for both Citicorp and Suntrust.
“We’re incredibly excited and fortunate for the opportunity to work with Mike. His experience and leadership will be fundamental to the growth of PTO Genius as we continue to reimagine paid time off,” said Ulises I. Orozco, Co-Founder of PTO Genius. “It’s the first of a series of exciting key additions we plan on making this year to strengthen our team.”
About PTO Genius
PTO Genius is an AI-powered HR software suite that helps companies increase productivity and lower expenses associated with accrued PTO by proactively surfacing good times for employees to take off and making it easy to convert extra PTO to fund vacations, pay down student loans, contribute to retirement, or cover emergency expenses.