Uberflip, a content engagement platform, announced Jeremy Schultz as the company's new CEO and Jonathan Cogan as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Schultz and Cogan seek to bring a refreshed strategic vision to Uberflip's next chapter with plans to steer the company toward continued success and growth.
Schultz brings more than 25 years of sales strategy and executive experience to Uberflip. Most recently, he was the CEO of Modus, a B2B SaaS company specializing in marketing software, where he steered the company to a more than 30% year-over-year SaaS growth and a more than 94% retention rate. His strategic leadership led to a successful exit through an acquisition in July 2023.
"As I take on responsibility as CEO, my focus is leading with integrity, empowering our team and charting a course for sustained excellence," said Schultz, in a statement. "With Uberflip being the pioneer of content experiences, we are able to position ourselves in a place where we can continue to thrive and evolve as fast as our clients' needs."
For his part, Cogan brings more than 20 years of experience supporting, designing and executing revenue generating models. His experience spans sales, customer success, partnerships, strategy and operations and, most recently, he was GM of the Americas at Piano, a digital experience platform.
"As CRO, I plan to do more than just drive revenue growth, but also create strategic partnerships and optimize our sales and marketing efforts," said Cogan, in a statement. "This will be a seamless transition for our clients who will continue to receive unparalleled innovation. It's an honor to join the Uberflip team and work closely alongside Jeremy to leverage our collective strengths and navigate this economy and industry together."