Mapp Digital is looking to build its “Best of Breed” Cloud and Enterprise Marketing applications. We are looking for talented engineers capable of designing, implementing and maintaining a next generation micro-services ecosystem as a part of a cross functional high performing team.
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Mike leads BlueHornet’s global strategy, sales and marketing, product management, technology and operations functions. Throughout his career, Mike has created unique value propositions for customers through a variety of technology, data and service offerings. Most recently, Mike was group vice president at Acxiom Corporation; prior to that, he worked for Trilogy, J.D. Power and Associates, Deloitte Consulting and Ford Motor Company.
Sr. Director of Strategic Services & Client Success
Chris joined the BlueHornet account management team in 2007 and leverages his 12 years of sales and marketing experience to create service models and marketing strategies to support our clients’ email marketing success. He leads all of our client-facing service teams including Account Management, Training and Education, Deliverability Management, Strategy and Professional Services.
VP of Sales
Bill is responsible for BlueHornet’s global growth strategy, including all direct and channel sales. He is a sales leader with over 12 years’ experience building and managing high-performance teams. Prior, Bill was at The Active Network where he led the Brands Sales team selling integrated marketing programs. Previously, he was part of the Marketing Intelligence group at Harte-Hanks.
VP of Technology & Development
Prior to joining the BlueHornet team, Tim served as a senior director of development at Digital River. There he helped grow the company from a $50 million market cap to more than a $1 billion market cap, even as the dotcom bubble was bursting. Tim guides the technology team in the maintenance of enterprise-level, SOX-compliant hardware in fully redundant data centers, and directs the team in developing new features including remote commerce segmentation and enhanced reporting.