OmegaFi provides financial, member engagement and recruitment software for fraternities and sororities across the United States and Canada. The company’s platforms and apps are used by hundreds of thousands of students each day, and they have strategic partnerships in place with more than 50 inter/national fraternity and sorority headquarters.
Fred Maglione has held various positions within OmegaFi taking on progressively more responsibility until ultimately becoming CEO. As CEO, he led the effort to integrate the business with Togetherwork.
- Q: What was the key factor in your decision to join Togetherwork?A: We were looking for new challenges and new opportunities. We were widely successful before joining Togetherwork, but by joining, we were able to reduce some risk and utilize capital in new and exciting ways
- Q: What aspirations do you have for your business today?A: At OmegaFi, we believe fraternities and sororities make the world a better place. They transform the lives of young men and women. They make higher education institutions stronger. We know prosperous, fiscally sound fraternities and sororities are better positioned to grow and focus on their members, their communities and their mission. It’s our job to help them re-imagine a new way, a better way to operate using technology. It’s our focus to assist and support them every step of the way. It’s our pleasure to find and implement the solutions fraternities and sororities need for a premier, member experience and long-term success.
- Q: What is the biggest fear you had about joining Togetherwork? How do you feel about that today? A: My biggest fear when joining Togetherwork was whether our employee culture would change. That did not happen. The day-to-day work, for a few people, changed slightly. However, for most people, it was a non-event. Joining Togetherwork allowed us to focus more closely on serving customers and running the business, and it provided new perspectives and outside experts that make serving customers and running the business smoother.