UI, reporting and business intelligence on any .NET platform, all from one vendor.
No royalties, run-time, or server-deployment fees means no surprises.
An almost brutal QA process makes our products truly enterprise-quality.
President & CEO
Co-founder, president, and CEO Stefan Hoenig ensures that Syncfusion blazes new trails in the software component industry, all in an effort to produce leading-edge software component libraries. Stefan's leadership and vision enable developers to produce quality software with ease. Prior to co-founding Syncfusion, Stefan led the design and architectural effort of several foundational products at Rogue Wave Software. Stefan's roots are in Munich, Germany, where he grew up and later attended the Technical University at Munich (TUM).
As vice president, Daniel Jebaraj leads Syncfusion's product development. Daniel oversees overall product development and plans for specific releases. By actively engaging with customers, Daniel ensures that each new product improves based on customer feedback. Previously, as vice president of development, Daniel focused on driving product development at Syncfusion. Before joining Syncfusion in 2001, Daniel managed development teams at Rogue Wave Software. Daniel holds a master's degree in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University.
Director of Technical Support
Dr. Clay Burch has been the Director of Technical Support at Syncfusion, Inc. since 2002. Prior to working at Syncfusion, Clay was a consultant, trainer, and support engineer for Rogue Wave Software's Stingray Division.
Director of Development
Davis Jebaraj is the Director of Development at Syncfusion. He has over 15 years of experience working with .NET, MFC, and other development technologies for software planning and development.
Director of Sales
As a Director of Sales at Syncfusion, Christian is committed to expanding the company’s success in innovative ways to make Syncfusion one of the premier component vendors on the market.
Senior In-House Counsel
Syncfusion’s Senior In-House Counsel, Jaclyn Vidusic, is an Alabama licensed attorney who exercises the highest ethics and best judgement to ensure the legal security of Syncfusion. She also manages the company’s internal legal team and coordinates with all outside legal counsel.
Disclaimer: Jaclyn Vidusic is Corporate Counsel, licensed in Alabama and practicing as corporate counsel in accordance with Rule 5.5(d)(1) of North Carolina ethics rules. For the avoidance of doubt Jaclyn is not licensed in North Carolina and Syncfusion uses outside counsel for all court-present matters and North Carolina specific matters.
Director of Sales
Brad Freeman is a Director of Sales at Syncfusion. With over 10 years of experience in sales and management, Brad motivates the sales team to grow and expand with the company.
Director of Finance
Director of Finance Sally Bloom has a multifaceted role at Syncfusion, ensuring the financial security of the company, managing Syncfusion’s Accounting Team, and overseeing Human Resources.
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The highest-rated component studio on ComponentSource
Excellent toolset and a great support team. I’ve been using Syncfusion’s products for a couple of years, and they save me a lot of time on ASP/MVC development. I’ve found that with every new development, all the components I need are already in my subscription bundle. I really enjoy the product updates with new functionality, including the beta add-ons.
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Syncfusion makes developing easier, simpler, and rewarding.
Syncfusion's tools provide features right out of the box, such as charts, layout controls, maps, and reporting. If these controls were designed and implemented manually, the development process would be slowed exponentially!