John Gengarella is the new chief executive officer at Netpulse. The San Francisco-based company that provides branded mobile apps for health clubs announced Gengarella’s appointment on Wednesday. “He’ll (Gengarella) bring deep business experience and the insight we need to scale Netpulse as we double and triple our customer base in the next year,” Netpulse President John Ford said in a statement. Ford was promoted to president after serving as Netpulse’s co-CEO along with Marc Baum during the search to replace co-founder and CEO Bryan Arp, who left the company in December 2014. During that time, Ford maintained his role as senior vice president of product and Baum maintained his role as COO. Baum moved on from the company with Gengarella’s appointment, Netpulse said. Gengarella brings 25 years of experience delivering software solutions across a variety of industry verticals, and the company said he began his career in the fitness industry as an owner of several clubs in Northern California.