TAMPA — Appspace, which bills itself as the first unified workplace experience platform, has named Tony DiBenedetto, a prominent tech entrepreneur with deep ties to Tampa, its new CEO.
DiBenedetto, according to a news release, joined the Dallas-based company’s board of directors in 2020. He succeeds Brandon Miles, Appspace’s co-founder, as CEO.
In addition to Dallas, Appspace — which offers services such as space reservation, modern intranet, digital signage and more on a single tech platform that helps connect, engage and manage both remote and onsite employees — has offices in Malaysia, the U.K. and United Arab Emirates. The company, the release states, has experienced triple-digit revenue growth and gained traction among organizations worldwide, including more than 150 of the Fortune 500.
"Brandon and the leadership team have established a great foundation for Appspace and helped secure its position as the first unified workplace experience platform," DiBenedetto states in the release. "Appspace’s customer-centric product strategy has led to a platform that is unrivaled in the market. I'm incredibly optimistic about the company's future and our plans to provide customers across the globe with everything they need for a completely connected workplace."
DiBenedetto was the founder and CEO of Tampa-based Tribridge, a tech company specializing in software and services. For 19 years, he led the firm’s strategic direction and spurred the acquisition of several companies, resulting in an annual growth rate of more than 40%.
DiBenedetto exited Tribridge in 2017, when it was acquired by DXC Technology.