We are very happy to share with you the news that we have added several experienced individuals to the CARTO family, to fuel our growth as the leading location intelligence platform.
Andy and Ben will join our Executive Team, adding high caliber business acumen and enterprise sales expertise to guide our commercial efforts. Joe, Bryan and Danny will beef up our North American team bringing in a wealth of experience in working with F500 corporations, government and academia.
Joe and Bryan will work out of our newly opened DC office, while Danny will work out of our New York headquarters.
Ben Mathew will be heading our North American Direct and Channel Sales team as SVP Sales NA. Ben will be based in DC which will help us have more access to the Federal Location Intelligence projects, where we already have great partners and relevant customers such as NPS, FCC etc. Ben comes to CARTO with more than 14 years of experience building sales teams and closing over 100 million in Sales as VP Sales NA at Logi Analytics. Ben has implemented lead generation and qualification strategies even before “predictable revenue” became a mainstream concept.
Andy Menzies joins us as SVP International Sales, to lead the Direct and Channel Sales team outside of the US and Canada. Andy will be located in the UK and will manage the opening of our UK office over the next weeks, where we have significant business opportunities across all industries. Andy comes to CARTO with more than 30 years of experience in software enterprise sales, most recently as Regional VP at Tibco Software, where he had overall responsibility for the UK & Ireland Enterprise Business. He has also been CRO at Rapidminer helping to define go-to-market strategies and a member of the executive team at two ‘Complex Event Processing’ vendors, Apama & StreamBase, both of which had successful exits. We are hiring in the UK facility, both for pre & post sales positions.
Joe Pringle joins us as Partner Manager for North America, to strengthen our network of trusted partners, ready to deliver custom geospatial applications to our corporate customers. Joe has very relevant experience working with Government Agencies and high profile organizations such as CMS, CDC, NIH and others as Director, Public Sector Health at Socrata. Joe will be based out of the DC office.
Bryan Spyro joins us as Senior Account Executive to work with our strategic accounts in North America. He was previously a successful leader in the IBM Advanced Analytics division helping customers to understand trends and behaviors in their data to accurately predict and optimize outcomes for their customers and stakeholders. Bryan will be based out of the DC office.
Danny Sheehan joins us as Customer Success Manager, to ensure a positive experience for our customers and users, leveraging his deep knowledge of CARTO’s product set with his prior extensive education and professional work in the GIS field. Most recently, he was a senior GIS Analyst at Columbia University.
Together with the talented and motivated new hires we have added on board in our NYC, DC, London, and Madrid offices over the past months, our sales team is ready to tackle the challenges facing us at the end of 2016, a time during which we will be focused on our clearly-defined “go to market” strategy.
It is a very exciting time to disrupt an entire industry, where GIS meets Data Analytics, creating a new space making geo and location accessible for data and business analysts, empowering individuals to predict key insights through location.
Miguel Arias, COO
BTW, we’re hiring! find all our open job positions at carto.com/jobs.
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