Spiceworks Hires James Pinckney As Senior Vice President Of Revenue
New SVP of Revenue Will Lead the Sales and Delivery Organization and Optimize Operations to Continue Accelerating Growth
Spiceworks announced James Pinckney has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Revenue. In his role, James will lead the Spiceworks sales and delivery organization, optimize operations to continue accelerating growth, and focus on helping technology brands increase revenue by more efficiently reaching technology buyers globally.
“James’ passion for technology and extensive experience growing and managing billion-dollar organizations will help us capitalize on the growth opportunities in front of us. James is a proven leader with an exceptional ability to create and implement effective sales strategies, develop leaders, and improve processes that drive business results. He’s been in our customers’ shoes, and we couldn’t be more pleased to have his expertise on the team,” said J Scott Di Valerio, Chief Operating & Financial Officer, Spiceworks.
James has more than 25 years of experience in management, business strategy and planning, sales, and operations at small-to-medium sized businesses as well as Fortune 500 companies. His past roles include chief strategy, sales, and services officer at Outerwall, vice president of the SMB and consumer business at Lenovo, and executive positions at Microsoft, including vice president of worldwide field sales and general manager of emerging markets and business planning for the OEM division. James has also served in executive positions at The Sabre Group and Hitachi.
“Spiceworks – its technology, people, and insights – is unique in the B2B technology arena. The company has successfully built a highly engaged audience of millions of technology buyers, a customer base representing the ‘who’s who’ of technology brands, and a technology platform that drives business results for both. I’m thrilled to be joining the team and am incredibly excited to help this company continue to reshape the IT industry,” said, Pinckney.
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