We are RizePoint

Today is a big day for the Steton family, as we leap into the future. We’ll now be known as RizePoint.

The decision to change our name and identity wasn’t easy. Founded in 1997, Steton expanded steadily over the years, thanks to great ideas and hard work by committed employees.

To many of our customers, the Steton name represents partnership.  To others, family. Our software is used by 5 of the top 8 hospitality brands – including Marriott and Intercontinental – and 5 of the top 8 food service brands – including McDonald’s, Starbucks and Wendy’s.

These world-class companies trust us because we build and protect their brand equity. And we accomplish that by enabling a consistent customer experience.

And now, nearly 20 years after our founding, we’ve expanded globally, we continue to evolve our award winning mobile- and cloud-based technologies, and find ourselves ready for the next chapter.

RizePoint is the perfect new name for our rapidly growing company.

The spark on our logo represents our purpose. It is a spark of transformation, intelligence, progress, and intuition. It’s the spark of a team tackling issues with a newer and smarter methodology.

Ours is the only purpose-built solution for compliance management that protects the brand. We promise that we will make gathering data, understanding it, and acting on it easier and more effective than ever.

Branding and naming aside, we cherish the close customer and partner relationships we’ve built over the years. And we firmly believe the best is yet to come.

Please reach out if you have any questions for us. We’d love to hear from you.

Frank Maylett

President & CEO of RizePoint

Frank Maylett

Recognized for his intensity, intelligence, and integrity, Frank brings more than 20 years of experience leading, selling, and expanding software service organizations. Prior to RizePoint, he was Executive Vice President for Global Sales, Services and Alliances at Workfront. In that role, he dramatically grew SaaS revenue and increased productivity, positioning Workfront as the leader in enterprise work management. Frank has also worked for inContact, Kabira Technologies, IBM, and Novell. Frank was named CEO of the Year by Utah Business magazine in 2017, and CEO of the Year by the Utah Technology Council in 2016. He won a Stevie for Executive of the Year in the 2017 American Business Awards. Frank is a 2014 recipient of Selling Power Magazine’s 50 Best Companies in America to Sell For award, ranking at number 20. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Phoenix and studied business administration and management at the University of Utah.