Harry Peisach

President and CEO, Ski.com

Since acquiring an interest in Ski.com in 2003, President and CEO Harry Peisach has spearheaded the company’s day-to-day operations, including the debut of Ski.com’s online booking engine and the launch of new proprietary software systems. He brings more than 30 years of entrepreneurial and executive leadership experience to this role.

After joining Ski.com, Peisach spearheaded the acquisitions of Aspen Snowmass Central Reservations, Lynx Vacations, Sportours, Adventures on Skis, AnyMountain Tours and GoWest Tours between August 2003 and September 2004, Rocky Mountain Tours and College Ski Trips in 2010 and LeisureLink’s consumer-facing mountain travel brands, including VacationRoost and Mountain Reservations, in 2016. As a result of his efforts, Ski.com remains the largest provider of ski vacations in North America.

Before joining Ski.com, Peisach founded Interactive Software Systems. Between its 1998 inception and its 2000 acquisition by the privately held telecommunications company Concerto, Peisach led the company’s development of TOMS, a tour operator management system, and RightForce, a web-based workforce management system.

From 1990 to 1996, Peisach worked at Cybernetics Systems International, a workforce management software and consulting company. He served as the company’s director and chief operating officer before being appointed President and CEO in January 1993. Under his guidance, Cybernetics Systems International leapt from $2.7 million in revenues to $10.7 million in just two years before he negotiated the company’s 1996 sale to a public company.

Prior to that, Peisach set and implemented all major policy initiatives for International Savings, a Miamibased financial institution, from 1982 to 1990 as its President, CEO and chairman of the board. He also invested in and served on the board of directors for Proximity Technology from 1982 until the company’s sale to Franklin Electronic Publishers in 1988.

Peisach holds a Bachelors of Science in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from the University of Michigan.