Outreach, a Seattle-based sales enablement company now worth $4.4 billion has named Melton Littlepage its chief marketing officer. It also added Stefan Schulz as to its board.
Most recently, Littlepage served as senior vice president for marketing at Tenable. Before that, he was a marketing executive for New Relic and Schoology. He also spent over a decade with Concur, Bellevue (Wash.)
Outreach’s former CMO Margaret Arakawa left the company in December.
Schulz currently serves as the CFO and Executive Vice President of PROS Holdings, a publicly traded company. He previously worked as a financial officer at the public software company Digital River Software and Lawson Software.
— Grocery tech platform ShelfEngine announced Kane McCord as its new president and chief revenue officer.Most recently, he was COO of mobile shopping app Ibotta.
ShelfEngine is based in Seattle and helps grocers reduce waste, costs and excess. In March, the startup closed a $41 million Series B funding round.
McCord will report directly to ShelfEngine CEO Stefan Kalb, and will be based in the Denver office.
— Seattle machine learning startup Kaskada promoted Charna Parkey to vice president of product.Parkey, who was the previous data scientist lead for the company, recently appeared on GeekWire.Geek of Week.
Parkey worked for five years as an augmenting writer at Textio before joining Kaskada. Parkey holds a Ph.D. from the Department of Electrical Engineering. Parkey succeeds former head of product Emily Kruger, who is now VP of operations and product at software consultancy Loka.
Founded by ex-Google Cloud engineers, Kaskada’s software aims to make it easier for data scientists and data engineers to work together, specifically at enterprise companies outside the tech world that rely on data science.
Viplav Mishra, formerly the Porch Director for Engineering is now the VP of Engineering at Pandion in Seattle.Mishra was the most recent CTO of Steve Ballmer’sUSA Facts.
— Seattle HR firm Reverb hired Reggie Malli as head of leadership development.Malli is currently a Manager of Learning and Development at Amazon.
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Publiated at Mon, 2 Aug 2021 18:57:48 +0000