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Get to Know the GoSite Team with Peter & Scott

Keep reading to get to know two new leaders on GoSite's engineering team!

Amber Schmitt
2 min read

As we continue to grow our Engineering team at GoSite, we have brought on two new leaders, Peter Ngai and Scott Yu. Peter and Scott have excelled in the Product & Engineering space and have tremendous experience previously working at companies including PayPal and Intuit. They are joining to elevate the GoSite platform and bring success to small and medium sized businesses around the globe!

Join us as we take a moment to learn more about them!

Introducing Peter Ngai

Introducing Peter Ngai, Director of Architecture

Peter is a motivated and seasoned fan of technology with 20+ years of experience in architecture, design, and development of enterprise teams. He reports directly into our President & Chief Product Officer and has excelled in various industries from healthcare to fintech working at Fortune 500 companies such as PayPal, General Electric, and JP Morgan Chase. Peter is a hands-on leader with a fearless approach to problem solving and a proven ability to motivate and mentor diverse teams.

In his last role, he worked at Ontrak Health, Inc., where he helped build engineering teams and defined their system architecture in order to scale their operations. He always kept the focus on keeping their members first, a human-friendly approach to modern day technologies.

Peter is originally from New York City, and today, he and his family reside in the San Francisco Bay area raising a family (kids ranging from 5 to 18 years old!). His hobbies include family travel and playing music, both guitar and singing!

Introducing Scott Yu

Introducing Scott Yu, Principal Full Stack Lead

Scott comes from a design, branding, localization, and UX background. He transitioned to software engineering while at Intuit helping to lead the Front-End team to relaunch the portal. He will be joining our engineering team and reporting to our Head of Engineering.

Scott’s last position was at Coupa where he led full-stack development efforts for their Inventory module. This was used by some of the biggest Fortune 500 companies to manage inventory, fulfillment, receipts, cycle counting, and items catalog. Prior to Coupa, Scott was a Staff UI Engineer at Intuit, Design Manager and Principal Designer at SuccessFactors, and held positions at LiveOps, WebEx, Apple, and Netscape. He’s worked with Ruby on Rails, PHP, MySQL, jQuery/VueJS/ReactJS/CSS3/HTML5, and Firebase.

Scott currently lives in California with his family (their last trip together was to the Big Island in Hawaii!). He has a Bichon/Poodle mixed rescue dog named Sunny and a one year old rescue cat named Bella. His hobbies outside of tech are reading sci-fi/fantasy, movies, fantasy c-dramas, YouTube travel shows featuring food, DIY projects at home, and cooking with various kitchen gadgets!

Want to make a difference?

Peter and Scott are helping GoSite’s mission to support small and medium sized businesses around the world. If this is something you are passionate about, check out our open roles below and see how your talent can help make a difference!

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