Larry Hall

Member of the Board of Advisors

CEO, PAR Springer-Miller

Larry Hall has more than 28 years of leadership experience in global, high-growth, technology and service-based organizations that serve the hospitality industry.

Hall is president and chief executive officer of PAR Springer-Miller Systems, Inc., the leading provider of integrated, guest-centric hospitality management solutions to hotels, resorts, spas and casinos worldwide. Over 950 customers in 44 countries employ PAR Springer-Miller’s innovative, thought-leading solutions.

Prior to joining PAR Springer-Miller Systems, he served as the president and chief executive officer of HBSi. During his tenure, Hall led the acquisition, repositioning, and funding of HBSi, which defined the discipline of Demand Management and established the company as an industry innovator.  He also served as president and chief executive officer of Prosero, an Atlanta-based provider of supply chain outsourcing solutions.  At Prosero, Hall led the development of the Procurement Center of Excellence, a highly praised and innovative model for outsourcing procurement at Fortune 500 companies.

Earlier, Hall was president and chief executive officer of h-supply, a venture-funded e-procurement marketplace that developed an innovative service offering for the hotel industry. He was also president and chief operating officer of Talus, the global leader in revenue management systems and technologies.  Hall started his career in executive positions with ITT Sheraton Corporation including director, hotel systems and telecommunications worldwide, where he managed the global technology strategies and operations for the multi-national hotel company.

Hall speaks frequently on a variety of topics including managing for high growth, entrepreneurialism, and the venture-funded organization. He also serves on the board of directors of several small, high-growth firms and several charitable foundations.  Hall graduated from Cornell University and serves on the Cornell University Council and the Advisory Board for the Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship at the University’s School of Hotel Administration.

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