Ed Jantz

Vice President Of Product Management at Revel Systems

Ed Jantz has an extensive work experience spanning over several positions and companies. Ed began their career as an Events Coordinator at ProMedia Publishing LLC in 2003, before moving on to become a Senior Project Manager at Get Marketing, Inc in 2006. In this role, they actively managed multiple marketing projects and achieved desired results for clients.

In 2007, Ed joined MeridianLink as a Product Manager and later became the Vice President of Product Management. In this position, they reported directly to the CEO and oversaw the strategic direction and product roadmap for five different products. Ed implemented various changes, such as standardizing the software development life cycle and reorganizing the Product Management and Development teams, resulting in increased productivity and revenue.

After leaving MeridianLink, Ed joined Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US in 2019 as the Platform Leader - Product Management. Ed led the strategic product direction and overall product utilization, managing the Account Management and Learning and Education teams. Ed also created the Vendor Management team and achieved a significant increase in vendor revenue.

Most recently, Ed joined Revel Systems in 2022 as the Vice President of Product Management, where they continue to contribute their expertise in setting the strategic direction for product development and management.

Overall, Ed Jantz has a well-rounded work experience in product management, project management, and team leadership, showcasing their ability to drive growth and achieve results throughout their career.

Ed Jantz completed their Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Business from California State University, Fullerton, from 1999 to 2003. In 2015, they pursued Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification at UC San Diego, which they completed in 2016. Additionally, Ed Jantz obtained several certifications related to time management, idea development, advertising concepts, strategic thinking, decision-making strategies, problem-solving, leadership skills, goal setting, collaboration principles, owning a room, working from home, communication for product managers, and morning habits of high performers from LinkedIn between 2020 and 2021.



  • Vice President Of Product Management

    March, 2022 - present

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