Welcome to Randall De Lorenzo!

By Jason Peck on June 11, 2014
Tags: GoCanvas Company Updates

We're excited to share the news that Randall De Lorenzo has joined GoCanvas as Executive Vice President, Global Revenue. In this role, Randall will lead our sales team's efforts that are focused on driving global revenue growth. 

Randy actually joined us a few weeks ago, but he's already making a big impact here. We've been so busy lately that we didn't get a chance to share this news until now. 

Randall brings nearly 20 years of enterprise mobility sales experience to GoCanvas, and an unmatched track record for accelerating revenue growth at emerging mobile technology firms. Prior to joining us, he served as Chief Mobility Officer at enterprise mobility platform provider Xigo, LLC, where he grew revenues for the mobile business by 4200% during his tenure before the firm was successfully sold to Dimension Data in 2012. Before Xigo, De Lorenzo was Vice President of Professional Services of TRAQ Wireless, Inc. (acquired by Tangoe), where he was responsible for the development of enterprise wireless strategy, as well as implementation of large-scale enterprise wireless initiatives. Earlier in his career, he was a Vice President and General Manager in what is now Verizon Wireless.

Not a bad track record, right?

Our CEO, James Quigley, had this to say about Randall: “Few in the industry possess Randall’s innate understanding of how businesses use mobile technology and what it takes to drive enterprise adoption, and we are thrilled to have him join the firm in this new leadership role.”

Randall was drawn to GoCanvas because of "the brilliant simplicity that makes it easy for a business of any size and in any location to digitize their manual and paper-based processes."

What excites him the most? "The opportunity to work with a talented team committed to helping customers transform their businesses through mobile.”

We're all looking forward to working closely with Randall and taking GoCanvas to the next level! 

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