Vice President, Technology and Revenue Strategies
Tyler joined CWS in 2020 and is the Vice President of Technology and Revenue Strategies. In his role, he focuses on executing the company’s revenue management strategy, leading decisions related to unit pricing and other income, collaborating with various departments on demand management and revenue expectations, and delivering effective reporting as it relates to the efficacy of our operating practices and impacts to income. Tyler also oversees our information technology policies, procedures, hardware, and software. Prior to joining CWS, Tyler worked for Alliance Residential in charge of revenue strategies dealing with revenue, ancillary and customer care for more than 500 properties across 21 states. Tyler holds an MBA from Hamline University School of Business in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he completed his baccalaureate work with an emphasis in both management and economics. In his free time, Tyler enjoys spending time with his wife and toddler son, golfing, traveling, working out, and cooking.
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