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Euna Solutions Names Tom Amburgey as New CEO After Rebrand

The company, formerly known as GTY Technology, offers software for public-sector work including grant management, elections and K-12 administration. Its new CEO brings public- and private-sector tech experience.

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Euna Solutions, a company offering a range of administrative software to the public sector, has its new CEO.

Tom Amburgey, who has nearly two decades of experience with government technology companies and another six years in local government IT leadership, will take the helm of the recently rebranded business. Euna was known as GTY Technology until May 2023. The company makes software for work including K-12 administration, grant management, budgeting, permitting and more.

Amburgey steps in after the departure of former CEO TJ Parass, who led the company starting in 2020 and stepped down in February. He said in a statement that he plans to focus on customer experience and growth.

“The passion and energy the Euna team exhibits are exactly what we need to positively impact the customers and communities we serve,” Amburgey said in the statement. “I’m excited to bring the lessons I have learned and work alongside a great team as we continue our drive to grow and expand our reach into this important and changing market.”

Before Euna, Amburgey served as CEO of Civix for three years, overseeing a similarly diverse portfolio of software touching everything from airports to grants to elections. He also held leadership roles at SunGard Public Sector, GCR and CentralSquare Technologies. The latter company has a similar history to Euna; both were formed from the merger of several smaller gov tech companies to create a firm that could offer diverse software for specific types of public-sector work while making the case for unification across those solutions.

Euna was a publicly held company until the private equity firm GI Partners bought it last year. It serves more than 2,000 public-sector organizations in North America.