Yell named CEO of Rental Hosting

By Lindsey Anderson14 January 2020

Caleb Yell

Caleb Yell has been named the new CEO of Rental Hosting. Yell, a software veteran, previously worked at Point of Rental Software as a representative. Former Rental Hosting CEO Andre Farci left the post to focus on his passion of website building, becoming Rental Hosting’s director of technology.

“When I was at Point of Rental, I was able to see the growth of Rental Hosting first-hand,” said Yell. “Andre has done a great job leading this company to the point where it needed to expand; I look forward to working with him as we take Rental Hosting to even another level, helping more rental companies throughout the world.”

“I’m thrilled to have Caleb join us at Rental Hosting,” Farci said. “With his innovative leadership, great relationship-building, and operational skills, Caleb is the right fit to lead us in the next phase of Rental Hosting’s growth.

“I’m also looking forward to being able to put my undivided attention on creating the most effective, user-friendly websites for rental businesses.”

As CEO, Yell’s responsibilities will include directing the company’s administrative, financial, management and strategic planning. Yell has years of experience working with rental businesses. He previously helped launch Rental Essentials, Point of Rental’s cloud-based rental software, in 2014.

Farci has served as the director of technology and the CEO of Rental Hosting since the company was founded in 2004. He will now focus on developing Rental Hosting’s features, evolving their current offerings and building new solutions to benefit the rental industry

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