About Us

Headquartered in Seattle, Yesler helps companies in the lumber and building materials industry to improve their supply chain operations, reduce risk, and increase profits.

In 1852, Henry Yesler built Seattle’s first sawmill which became the city’s financial life-blood. Our name honors his legacy. The Yesler sawmill laid the foundation for the next stage of Seattle, and we are now building the Yesler platform as the digital foundation for the next stage of LBM.

Our Story

Yesler is the gateway for the LBM supply chain to unlock potential and improve performance by enhancing the communication, the knowledge and information flow, and the efficiency of operation through software.

Across the LBM industry landscape, there is a desire for simplicity and efficiency to streamline the way the industry does business through the use of new technologies. By harnessing the power of software and data, all aspects of doing business – internal and partner communications, buying and selling, and the management of people and finances – can be conducted with greater efficiency, speed, impact, and in short, better performance.

Our Team

Yesler is built by the LBM industry, for the industry. Meet our team.

Matt Meyers


Matt’s 26 years of industry and executive experience span engineering, manufacturing, distribution, and product development and includes leading Weyerhaeuser’s $3.5 billion sales, marketing, and supply chain for Trus Joist, OSB, Plywood, and Lumber.

Jeff Lubetkin


Jeff brings 20 years of experience managing engineering teams and building digital marketplaces, inventory platforms, data models and architecture at Microsoft, Expedia, Zillow and others.


David Helmers


David joins Yesler with 27 years in the building materials industry. His experience includes manufacturing and sales as well as operations planning for Trus Joist and leading Weyerhaeuser’s $1.5 billion building materials distribution business.


Michael Welch


Michael brings over two decades of Sales and Business Development leadership in the software and technology space, including strategic partnerships and alliance creation.  His experience spans both the US and European markets covering everything from Mobile to SaaS and SMB to the Enterprise.

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