Ledger8760, a Reno-based SaaS (software-as-a-service) startup that tracks emissions, this month announced the hiring of Adam Kramer as CEO.
In his new role, Kramer will direct the expansion of Ledger8760 by growing the customer base as demand continues to increase for real-time energy and emissions monitoring, according to an April 8 press release.
“Our commitment to ensuring our clients’ successes — no matter how big or small — is what drives our vision for change,” Josh Weber, co-founder and Board Chair of Ledger8760, said in a statement. “Adam Kramer’s expertise makes him the ideal leader to take our team into the next phase of growth.”
Ledger8760, which has been stealth mode the past two years, displays the “8760” marker as a nod to the number of hours in a calendar year.
According to the release, the company measures real-time energy, emissions and utility information from hundreds of sources, and helps companies and government agencies reduce their costs.
Kramer will take the lead in expanding the company’s customer base and scaling the Ledger8760 team to support growing demand for product.
Prior to joining Ledger, Kramer was executive vice president of strategy at tech giant Switch, where he led the sustainability group overseeing the company’s transition in 2016 to 100 percent renewable energy.
Kramer previously worked as director of entrepreneurship for the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce and is currently vice-chair of the Renown Health Board of Directors. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Menlo College, a master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Notre Dame.