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Ephesoft Names SaaS Veteran CRO, Completes Executive Team for Enterprise Productivity Mission

By ET Bureau - March 10, 2020 2 Mins Read

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Ephesoft, Inc., a leader in content acquisition and data enrichment solutions, today announced the appointment of Doug Lee as a chief revenue officer, the latest in a series of executive hires that strategically position the company for its new initiative to empower enterprise productivity through contextual data, called Context-Driven Productivity. In addition to Lee, Ephesoft has hired and promoted other key executive talent, including its chief technical officer, head of a strategy, senior vice presidents of business development and North American sales, and vice presidents of global marketing and human capital.

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“This is a tremendous time to join the world-class team at Ephesoft, as it rallies around a new vision for enterprise data enrichment and workplace productivity,” said Lee. “My passion is helping enterprise software companies scale and accelerate their business by providing excellent value to customers and partners. I’m excited to guide Ephesoft in this next major growth phase. From my first meetings with the executive team, I was immediately impressed with the talent in this organization and the shared vision.”

Lee has held executive sales positions at several high-growth, venture-backed SaaS companies recently, including Puppet, PatientPop, and Smarsh. During his career, he served as an operating partner at Toba Capital, the largest venture capital firm serving the software sector in Orange County. Before that, Lee spent 10 years in sales leadership and channel sales at Quest Software, which was acquired by Dell in 2012. He has been closely aligned with growing revenue streams and building channel relationships throughout his career.

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Lee joins Ephesoft’s executive team including Kevin Harbauer, who was recently promoted to chief technology officer; Stephen Boals, who assumed the role of senior vice president of business development; Lynn Tanatannawin as head of strategy; senior vice president of North American sales, Eric Boserup; Heather Dilley, vice president of human capital; and Tim Nichols, vice president of global marketing. Together, this group brings decades of industry experience with a proven specialty in supporting the growth of software companies in the SaaS, cloud and artificial intelligence sectors.


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