People On The Move

People On The Move is your weekly roundup of hiring and other personnel news throughout the state of Utah.

Lehi— Canopy, the leading cloud-based software helping tax and accounting professionals streamline their practice, announced Larry Furr has joined the company as vice president of product. A seasoned product executive, Mr. Furr’s responsibilities will include overseeing the strategy, management, and design of Canopy’s suite of products and charting Canopy’s product roadmap. Mr. Furr brings nearly two decades of product strategy and development experience to Canopy. He joins the team from Lingotek, where he served as COO and vice president of product, responsible for running the strategy and performance of the company’s entire portfolio of products and services. His product roadmap and strategy led sales revenue to double year-over-year.

Lehi— Grow, the integrated data warehouse and BI platform for SaaS and ecommerce companies, today announced that it has hired ecommerce and SaaS veteran Dustin Robertson as president of the company. The addition, a new position for Grow, will help the company fine-tune its category focus and differentiate itself in the increasingly crowded data and BI market. While most SaaS apps keep adding layers of service and complexity to their platforms, Grow will be focused on the two main pain points faced by SaaS and ecommerce companies: data warehousing and getting actionable insights. With 20 years of .com marketing and revenue experience, Mr. Robertson brings the longest CV in the company to the newly created role of president, as Grow prepares for its next growth phase. Most recently, Mr. Robertson was chief marketing and revenue officer for Drip, where he built the ECRM category, applied marketing automation to ecommerce, and positioned Drip as the leader of ECRM. Previously, Mr. Robertson was chief marketing officer at, chief marketing officer at Armada Skis, and the chief marketing officer at Mr. Robertson is also co-founder of Caddis and chairman of the board at He is a graduate of The University of Utah business school.