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progress; working together is success. - Henry Ford

Dave Bateman

Dave Bateman


Since co-founding Entrata in 2003, Dave Bateman has served as CEO, remaining extremely hands-on in product steering and architectural implementation of the Entrata platform. His leadership has earned him recognition as Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year and Utah Business' CEO of the Year. In addition, he has been featured on the cover of both Entrepreneur and Fortune Small Business Magazines. Today, Bateman has over 15 years of hands-on experience in SaaS-based software development and architecture and has led Entrata from inception to $100MM in annual recurring revenue without the benefit of venture capital.

Chase Harrington

Chase Harrington

President and Chief Operating Officer

Chase Harrington is the Entrata American Dream. He currently serves as the company's President and Chief Operating Officer, where he oversees ongoing business operations, sales and product strategies. He joined the company in 2009 as a member of our client services team and has worked his way through the ranks helping us build our world-class sales, product, and UX teams. Chase's dedication to his work and his industry family have earned him recognition both within the company and among his industry peers. Due to his industry expertise, he is in demand as a regular speaker at industry events including the National Apartment Association Education and Student Housing conferences, National Multifamily Housing Council OPTECH conference, and annual Entrata Summit.

  • Jared Hunsaker

    Jared Hunsaker

    Chief Legal Counsel

    Jared was one of those tall, gangly kids in high school whose shorts were always too short. He had dreams of playing in the NBA, but when that didn't work out, he took his game to the courtroom. Jared received his J.D. from the University of Utah, and likes to lay down the law while singing along to Rapper's Delight in his high falsetto. He's a monster of a man at 6'7” which we think gives us an advantage on the court and off. Plus, we can brag about all the awards he's won: basketball, scouting, moot court, and clogging—yeah, clogging. I said, a hip hop the hippie the hippie to the hip hip hop, a you don't stop.

  • Dharmesh Shroff

    Dharmesh Shroff

    VP of Integrations

    Around here he’s known as Big D, because everyone knows what a big deal he is. He uses the Energizer bunny for his development inspiration, and just keeps going and going—beating that cool, little bunny drum. You’d think he would be totally full of himself—especially since the Dharma Initiative was named after him—but he’s totally down to earth and will party with anyone willing to listen to 80’s music. Unfortunately, we have all been required to sign NDA’s and cannot disclose what goes down at said parties with Big D.

  • Ryan Byrd

    Ryan Byrd

    VP of Engineering

    Ryan is one of our most accomplished employees. Not only can he claim title to VP of Engineering, but also auctioneer, poet, and emcee of robot soccer competitions. He's earned a computer engineering degree from BYU and an MBA from the University of Utah, but he doesn't root for either school's athletic teams because nerds don't like sports (duh). Other accomplishments include teaching the first PHP/Oracle class in Utah and memorizing all of the countries in the world...but then promptly forgetting them. Except Kazakhstan. No one ever forgets Kazakhstan.

  • Virginia Tory

    Virginia Tory

    Director of Merchant Services

    When Virginia’s not in the office deciphering the intricacies of underwriting, you may find her riding a Harley in her leathers. She’s considered getting a rose tattoo, and we’d totally expect her to hold her own if she ever ended up in a bar-brawl with bearded men. But don’t be intimidated by Virginia’s biker-chick persona. She is also very nurturing and loves working in her garden growing beautiful roses (hence the tattoo).

  • Brandon Fish

    Brandon Fish

    VP of Human Resources

    Next time you're watching Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure on Netflix, keep your eye out for Brandon. He's the kid in the water park scene who's even better looking than Keanu Reeves. Good thing he was only in 8th grade at the time or he may have been offered the leading role. But don't go thinking he's all beauty and no brains. He's a recruiting genius, and to this day has never met a person that didn't want to be his friend. He's even got a nickname..."Fish", and people actually use it. I know, right? Someone get this man a Slurpee!

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