SaaS-based board technology provider continues to accelerate momentum on the heels of $100M investment and acquisition of Toronto-based public meeting platform eSCRIBE
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — OnBoard, the board intelligence platform used by more than 3,000 boards of directors in more than 30 countries, today announced it has expanded its C-suite to include SaaS and technology industry veterans Mick Cobb as chief technology officer and Doug Wilson as chief product officer.
Cobb and Wilson joined OnBoard in early 2019. Cobb previously held senior technology and engineering roles at Optum, Hearst Health, Sallie Mae, and Angi (formerly Angie’s List). Wilson previously held senior product executive roles at notable SaaS providers such as ExactTarget, Salesforce, and Lessonly.
“With Doug as CPO and Mick as CTO, we’re continuing to accelerate, grow, and innovate,” says OnBoard co-founder and CEO Paroon Chadha. “Thanks to their contributions, OnBoard has delivered next-level board intelligence and collaboration for customers, making board and committee meetings more informed and effective.”
In addition to the new additions to the C-suite, OnBoard also announced two key additional hires: Software sales veteran Gary Martini as senior vice president of global sales and board governance and customer experience leader Cris Carpluk as vice president of client experience.
“We’re putting renewed focus and attention on creating a world-class go-to-market team and a best-in-class experience for our customers,” says Kevin Donovan, who joined OnBoard as chief revenue officer in June. “With Gary and Cris joining our leadership team, we will continue to grow even faster and deliver even more value to our customers.”
The hiring activity follows a string of notable achievements for OnBoard, including a $100 million investment from JMI Equity in July and the acquisition of Toronto-based public meeting solution eSCRIBE in August. As a part of its strategic growth plan, OnBoard has hired more than 60 employees in 2021 and plans to hire an additional 20 by the end of the year, as well as continue hiring growth in 2022.
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