FARMINGTON, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Following $20M in funding and its first acquisition in October 2021, Udo (Udo.com), creator of a fast-growing video healthcare collaboration app and the platform that supports it, today announced the appointment of tech executive and advisor Greg Woodward as its CFO.
With extensive experience in leading the financial growth of successful companies ranging from startups through public offerings, SPACs (Special Purpose Acquisition Companies) and mergers and acquisitions, Woodward will help to guide Udo to its next level of growth.
Udo improves healthcare collaboration and strengthens communication and connections between providers and their patients through a video platform that revolutionizes and simplifies provider service for patients at the highest levels.
“Udo is progressing rapidly to fulfill an important and even life changing role in the healthcare industry by helping to expand and transform the doctor/patient relationship,” says Co-Founder and CEO Danny Frasure. “Our opportunity for growth is significant, and we are extremely pleased for the experience and talent Greg Woodward brings to ensure the financial side of our growth progresses as strategically and smoothly as possible.”
Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Dr. Ryan Facer agrees: “The experience and track record Greg Woodward brings to the table for fast-growth technology companies is an ideal fit for Udo’s current and coming seasons. We are delighted to add his strength to our C-level team.”
Interestingly, of the prior growth companies Woodward has served in a CFO capacity, he was also the CFO/COO of Pluralsight from 2013 to 2017, which got its start in the same Farmington, Utah headquarters space that Udo now occupies. Pluralsight went public on May 17 of 2018 and has continued to rise as one of Utah’s acknowledged “Unicorns” with valuation of $1B or more. Woodward also serves as CFO for Banner Acquisition Corp, Utah’s first special purpose acquisition company, or “Blank Check” company, which went public in a $150M IPO on September 10, 2021. Woodward also serves on the board of directors of multiple additional growing technology companies and is the owner of three Harley-Davidson dealerships in the Intermountain West. His prior experience also includes serving as a Senior Vice President of a Palo Alto-based private equity firm HGGC.
“Udo is a remarkable company with tremendous potential to scale quickly and add value not only to the business ecosystem of Utah, but also to change lives and add significant value to the healthcare profession for both patients and the providers who support them,” said Woodward. “I look forward to helping guide Udo’s growth to its next level.”
Woodward earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Utah Valley State College, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, and holds a Master of Professional Accountancy degree from the University of Utah.
Udo is a privately held communications technology company nestled among the Wasatch Mountains in Farmington, Utah. Udo has created a HIPAA-compliant, video-based technology that connects providers directly to their patients in a new and unique way. Patients can also invite their friends and family members to participate in their healthcare journey.
Udo has gathered leaders and experts, in both business and healthcare, under the unified vision to connect and empower humanity through innovation.
To learn more about Udo, visit udo.com.
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