Maropost Names SaaS Executive Jay Miller as SVP Marketing

Maropost Names SaaS Executive Jay Miller as SVP Marketing

Maropost, the innovating force in Customer Engagement technology, announced that Jay Miller will be joining the company as Senior Vice President of Marketing. Miller brings over 20 years of SaaS marketing experience to Maropost, with a focus on scaling customer-centric companies.

Miller comes to Maropost from LearnCore, where he most recently served as the company’s VP of Marketing, building out an innovative, data-driven B2B marketing engine. Prior to working at LearnCore, he helped establish Workiva’s Wdesk platform as the de facto standard for complex business reporting—going from 0 to nearly 3,000 customers, $0 to over $180m in revenue, and 24 to nearly 1,400 team members—in just 7 years.

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Over the course of his 20 years in B2B SaaS marketing, Miller has always focused his efforts on growing customer-centric companies. This drive to create better customer experiences drew him to Maropost—where he plans to make Maropost’s dedication to customer-first innovation an industry benchmark.

As Maropost’s SVP of Marketing, Miller will be spearheading the company’s next stage of growth, championing Maropost in a market that continues to underserve its customers. In addition, he will be building out the organization’s marketing engine—to better serve Maropost’s customers and their customers—from the company’s US office, located in Chicago, IL.

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“This is a big move for us and Jay is the person to make that move with,” says Ross Paquette, Maropost Chairman and CEO. “We finally have a marketing leader who can take Maropost—our technology, our story, our drive—and reach the audience that’s been asking for this for years.”

“I’m excited to be a part of Maropost and to build out our marketing team,” says Miller. “Up to this point, most people were hearing about Maropost by word of mouth—that’s about to change.”

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