Beauty and wellness tech company expands executive team

Millennium Systems International adds Tim Price as CRO and Blake Carter as CFO 

Millennium Systems International, a leader in beauty and wellness technology solutions and creator of the award-winning Meevo 2 salon and spa software platform, and partner Serent Capital welcome Tim Price as chief revenue officer and Blake Carter as chief financial officer, effective immediately, according to a Thursday announcement from the Parsippany-based company.

Price joins MSI as an expert in venture-backed, high-growth technology and Software-as-a-Service companies with over 30 years of experience building and operating high-performance teams resulting in multimillion-dollar revenue increases. He has served as a sales leader for several extremely successful organizations, including infoGROUP, Accela and Smarsh.

Carter has helped transform organizations across multiple industries and improve their profitability throughout his career, including financial leadership positions at Gold’s Gym, Michaels Stores and, most recently, ExamSoft, a SaaS company, where he served as the head of finance. Carter also holds an MBA from the University of Texas and a B.A. from Columbia University.

“The additions of Tim and Blake to our executive team are critical to helping Millennium Systems International continue to be the industry leader in salon and spa software,” said John Harms, founder and CEO of MSI. “Our company has lofty business goals and product development initiatives, and these critical hires position our company to exceed these objectives while delivering on our promise to our customers to be more than just a software company.”

The appointments of Price and Carter come at an exciting time for MSI. In September 2021, the company brought on Serent Capital as a partner to position MSI for accelerated growth and product innovation. It also announced several significant industry partnerships, including integrations with Vish and CareCredit, and later received a U.S. Patent for its Convobar technology.