Adam Edmunds leads the company's strategic vision to help customers use feedback data to predict trends in customer/employee satisfaction and to take action that will positively impact the bottom line and brand equity.
Edmunds entrepreneurial path got an early start when he founded two companies while still in college. One of those companies, SilentWhistle, acquired Allegiance Technologies in 2005 to form Allegiance, Inc. The combination of the two companies has opened opportunities for market and product expansion. Edmunds has received recognition for entrepreneurship, including Utah Business Magazine's 40 Under 40, Connect Magazine's "Utah Entrepreneurs to Watch" (one of four), and 2004 BYU Entrepreneur of the Year. He holds a master's in accounting degree from Brigham Young University.