Reputation.com Announces Former DocuSign and FinancialForce Executive Chris Lee as EVP of Worldwide Sales

Reputation.com Announces Former DocuSign and FinancialForce Executive Chris Lee as EVP of Worldwide Sales

Enterprise Sales Veteran Adds Executive Firepower to Help Accelerate International Growth

Reputation.com, the first and only complete cloud-based enterprise reputation management platform, named Chris Lee its new executive vice president of Worldwide Sales. Lee brings Reputation.com a strong track record of accelerating growth at large-scale and entrepreneurial organizations, including DocuSign, FinancialForce and Salesforce.com.

New hire: @Reputation_Com appoints former FinancialForce exec Chris Lee as #EVP of Worldwide Sales. http://bit.ly/2OPzz1j

With Lee’s addition, Reputation.com has a sales leader well-versed in establishing a strong presence in markets around the globe, who will deepen the company’s ability to serve as a trusted advisor to customers. He will help the company further scale its worldwide field organization — and deploy scalable methodologies, infrastructure, operations, training and enablement to support unprecedented growth.

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“I am excited to join Reputation.com because it is the pioneer of the online reputation management space. The company created the industry in 2006, and now we are in the process of redefining it,” said Chris Lee, EVP of Worldwide Sales at Reputation.com. “In addition to our product redefining the industry, I’m fortunate to inherit a team of young talent and seasoned veterans that are hungry to seal Reputation.com’s status as the clear leader.”

New Worldwide Sales Leader Brings a History of Enterprise Client Success
Lee most recently led the team at FinancialForce as senior vice president and head of North American sales, where he built and managed a 130-person sales team. His success at FinancialForce includes two consecutive years of YoY sales growth of more than 40 percent.

Prior to FinancialForce, Lee spent more than two years at DocuSign, most recently as vice president and general manager of the Financial Services organization. While there, he expanded the company’s global sales operation and leveraged his relationships and experience to secure blue-chip companies including JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Citi and Wells Fargo.

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Lee previously spent more than a decade at Salesforce, rising to regional vice president of sales and leading the company’s enterprise sales team for the Eastern region. He joined the company in 2003 when it had fewer than 300 employees and $40 million in revenue. He helped develop the global sales organization, which ballooned the company’s annual revenue to more than $4 billion in 2013.

“Chris is well-known in the technology industry as a sales leader that inspires and motivates his teams by helping them understand the ‘why’ behind sales operations,” said Joe Fuca, CEO of Reputation.com. “His results-driven track record is the perfect match for Reputation.com as the company further cements itself as the industry leader in online reputation management.”

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