Chili Piper, the leader in Inbound Revenue Acceleration, announced the expansion of its leadership team with the appointment of Jeremy Robbins as vice president of enterprise sales. This appointment follows the company’s Series A fundraise of $18M in August with Base10 Venture Capital, Gradient Ventures (Google’s AI fund) and Flashpoint Ventures.
Robbins joins Chili Piper with 15 years of sales experience. Previously at Bright.md, he was vice president of sales leading an enterprise sales team to sell AI-based SaaS solutions to healthcare organizations to treat patients virtually. Priorly, he was the enterprise sales director at Workday for eight years contributing to the company’s explosive growth in large enterprise accounts. Robbins earned a B.S. in Business and Finance from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
“Chili Piper has incredible and exciting potential as a hot, SaaS startup. I’m thrilled for the opportunity to grow its footprint rapidly by empowering multiple revenue teams inside of large enterprises with our automated offerings,” said Robbins. “By connecting buyers to revenue teams instantly, Chili Piper removes friction and enables enterprises to maximize pipeline generation, increase revenue and improve customer satisfaction. I’m excited to build and lead a sales team that helps enterprises realize this value.”
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Chili Piper has more than 500 customers today including large enterprises such as Intuit, HP, Twilio, Forrester, Square, and Spotify. With the addition of Robbins, the company reinforces its mission to address the $100B+ CRM market and serve customers worldwide by penetrating larger enterprises faster.
“We are growing rapidly as revenue teams change the ways they connect with their customers,” said Nicolas Vandenberghe, CEO of Chili Piper. “We are at the start of something amazing and need to apply more focus on our enterprise sales efforts. This is why we’ve hired a proven enterprise sales leader and will continue to invest in building a high-performing enterprise sales team around him. We see this as a huge revenue growth opportunity for us in the future.”
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