Lecere Adds Roger D. Williams – Former President of Bob Evans Farms, Restaurant Division – To Its Board of Directors
Software start-up LecereTM Corporation (Pink Sheets:LCRE) has
added Roger D. Williams to its board of directors. The company is
developing Lecere FIRMSTM, its integrated, Web-based suite of
point-of-sale (POS) and restaurant management tools.
“Roger is known for his strategic thinking, his business acumen,
and his unmatched understanding of what makes restaurants
successful,” said Jim Morris, Chairman and CEO of Lecere. “He will
be a great asset to Lecere as we plan and execute our strategy for
leadership in the restaurant point-of-sale (POS) market.”
About Roger D. Williams
Williams began his career in the restaurant industry while a
teenager, starting as an hourly employee with Bob Evans Farms,
Inc., which owns and operates 713 full-service restaurants and
produces a complete line of retail food products. Williams quickly
rose through the ranks at the company, first as manager of a Bob
Evans restaurant, turning it into the chain’s most profitable
location. Named a vice-president of the company at age 27, he was
then promoted to head of the Bob Evans Food Products business and
then to president of the Restaurant Division of Bob Evans Farms,
Inc., retiring from the $1.75 billion company in February 2009.
Williams currently serves on the board of directors of Ohio
Valley Bank Corporation, Gallipolis, Ohio, and on the board of
trustees of the University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande, Ohio, where
he earned a B.S. in Mathematics.
About LecereTM Corporation
Lecere Corporation (Pink Sheets:LCRE) of Portland, Oregon
develops and markets Lecere FIRMSTM, an integrated, Web-based suite
of point-of-sale (POS) and restaurant management tools. FIRMS helps
restaurants reduce their operational costs while enhancing their
customers' experiences for increased revenues and profits. For the
latest Lecere news and information, visit www.lecere.com.
Lecere and FIRMS are trademarks of Lecere Corporation. All other
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