Greg Benoit is the CEO of QGenda, a healthcare software company with over 400 employees specializing in automated workforce management, currently serving over 300,000 clinicians in more than 4,000 hospitals.
Upon graduating from Miami University in 2006 with a B.S. in Computer Science, Greg started QGenda to provide scheduling software to healthcare practices across the country. Since that time, Greg has leveraged his unmatched 15 years of healthcare software experience to establish QGenda as the industry’s leading vendor of automated physician scheduling software with offices in Atlanta, GA, Baltimore, MD, and Burlington, VT. As CEO of QGenda, Greg also won a Glassdoor Employees Choice Award honoring the Top 50 CEOs of 2018 in the United States.
As an active participant and investor in Atlanta’s entrepreneurial community, Greg founded TechRise Ventures in 2016 to give back to early stage software companies. He is a regular presenter at local software and innovation networking events, and often helps mentor early stage software startups. In 2018 Ernst & Young honored Greg’s efforts as they presented him with the Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Greg has shown his commitment to the Atlanta community by starting QGenda Cares, a program designed to provide employees with an opportunity to make a difference in their own community. QGenda employees nominate a local non-profit to support and complete an impactful service project. Examples include: organizing events for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), building a local park (Loridan’s Park), and participating in an internship program through Cristo Rey Jesuit High School.
Most of all, Greg enjoys family time with his daughters McKinzie (6 y.o.) and Gabi (4 y.o.) at their home in Buckhead. Awards
2018 EY Entrepreneur of the Year
2017, 2018 & 2019 Georgia Fast 40 (2 years in a row as one of GA’s 40 fastest growing companies)
2018 & 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 (2 years in a row as one of America’s 500 fastest growing companies)
2018 Glassdoor Top 50 CEO
2018 & 2019 AJC Best Places to Work