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InsideSales.com Grows Leadership Team With New CMO & CCO

InsideSales.com, an AI sales platform, appointed Matthew Langie as its new CMO and Steve Dixon as its Chief Customer Officer (CCO). The company said the new hires position InsideSales.com to better serve its global customer base, improve its solutions and boost market awareness.

Langie is the CEO and Founder of Online Marketing Gurus and also served as the Senior Director of Strategic Marketing at Adobe and CMO of Mapp Digital.

Dixon joins InsideSales.com with more than 25 years of marketing experience. His previous positions include CCO for AtlasRTX and VP of Global Account Management at Adobe.

In addition to the new CMO and CCO, the company also added Rob Stanger as VP of Operations & Go-to-Market Strategy and Josh Wyatt as Director of Analytics & Execution. Stanger comes to the company with executive experience at Qualtrics and Yahoo! Wyatt previously served as the Manager of Analytics and Business Operations at Domo, Inc.

“We’ve had major customer growth in the enterprise sector, and the timing was right to expand our leadership team to support this and our next phase of growth,” said Chris Harrington, COO of InsideSales.com, in a statement to Demand Gen Report. “We’re on a mission to build the strongest revenue acceleration platform in this market and these proven leaders will help us do that. Their expertise and experience in high-growth software companies is a perfect fit, and we’re very pleased to welcome Matt Langie, Steve Dixon, Rob Stanger and Josh Wyatt to the InsideSales.com team.”

How Enterprise Companies Need To Step Up Or Risk Falling Behind

1gabeinsidesalesOur company, InsideSales.com, recently released the results of a survey of 1,151 companies in 28 countries. The report, in partnership with the Association of Professional Sales (APS), American Association of Inside Sales Professionals (AA-ISP) and Top Sales World, was called the State of Sales. It analyzed three different elements of a sales team: structure, systems and people. The findings were quite broad, but of particular interest to me were the areas in which enterprise companies are out of date, yet quickly catching up to avoid being left behind.

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