Exponea hires Steven Ledgerwood as chief revenue officer
The world’s first GDPR-approved global software as a service company brings in Steven Ledgerwood as chief revenue officer to drive the company’s continued growth.
Exponea, the leading global software as a service (SaaS) and Experience Cloud provider has hired Steven Ledgerwood as chief revenue officer to drive the company’s extensive expansion plans. Ledgerwood brings over 15 years’ experience in the marketing technology sector to the role, leading both small to mid-sized SaaS companies around the world.
As chief revenue officer, Ledgerwood will take charge of all commercial aspects of the Exponea business, including ownership of revenue, growth and retention. He will focus on driving growth of Exponea’s cloud-based platform, which offers a full suite of personalisation and engagement solutions to drive revenue and engagement throughout the customer journey.
The announcement comes as Exponea enters another period of extensive growth, following its ranking last year as the fastest growing SaaS business by SaaS1000 and 2nd fastest growing business above $1m ARR according to Latka100. Exponea recently announced it had become the first GDPR-certified SaaS company in the world.
Steven Ledgerwood, chief revenue officer, Exponea, says, “Exponea’s powerful GDPR-certified platform is already redefining the way businesses engage with customers and reshaping the ecommerce industry. I’m thrilled to be joining an ambitious, game-changing company that is shaking-up the market and setting a new agenda for customer relationships. By bringing together technical expertise, with effective, personalised content strategies Exponea will continue to transform and lead the industry forward.”
Peter Irikovsky, CEO, Exponea, says, “Steven is a seasoned marketing tech specialist, bringing energy and extensive international experience to drive our business forward. His ability to deliver highly effective customer, marketing and sales strategies will be essential as we enter our next phase of growth.”
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