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Thunderhead.com Expands Its Global Reach with Key Executive Appointment

Thunderhead.com, a leader in enterprise solutions for customer engagement, has today announced the appointment of Danny Rippon as Chief Solutions Officer.

This new appointment further strengthens the company’s leadership team and expertise in CRM and Customer Engagement as Thunderhead.com continues to define the enterprise customer engagement market.

As Chief Solutions Officer, Danny will be responsible for Thunderhead.com’s go-to-market strategy, which includes partner and alliances, product marketing, sales enablement and value consulting.

Danny brings a wealth of experience in leveraging strategic partnerships and alliances to deliver industry-oriented solutions and new propositions that will be instrumental in driving growth and supporting the company to meet the increasing demand for Thunderhead.com’s ONE Engagement Hub.

Previously, Danny held a number of senior positions at Oracle and Siebel, and most recently he was the Director of Business Development, at SapientNitro, Europe's #1 leading digital agency.

Commenting on his appointment, Danny Rippon said: “With my background in CRM, customer experience and the digital agency world, I recognize the unique and pioneering solution that Thunderhead.com is bringing to the market, and I am very excited about our business opportunities globally. With the ONE Engagement Hub we are defining the new market for customer engagement, and setting a new agenda for CRM. It’s exciting to be part of such a visionary organization.”

Glen Manchester, Founder and CEO, Thunderhead.com said: “We are delighted to be making this important appointment at this time, as we scale our roll out of the ONE Engagement Hub globally. Customer engagement is at the heart of digital transformation and will redefine the way the market thinks about CRM. With the ONE Engagement Hub we are driving this new agenda, and Danny will be instrumental in expanding our reach and creating the alliances and partnerships that will be essential in furthering the digital transformation agenda.”

About Thunderhead.com

Thunderhead.com provides a suite of powerful SaaS capabilities from its ONE Engagement Hub.

The ONE Engagement Hub ties together customer insight, context and journey behavior and uses these to inform interactions with customers and partners across all touchpoints.

We make it easy for customer-facing teams to design and deploy great customer journeys based on rich insight and through value-driven interactions that lead to long-term engagement.

The result is that businesses have more power to drive revenue, brand strength and differentiation by going beyond isolated interactions to create the rich customer relationships that great businesses are built on. Thunderhead.com serves its global customer base from offices located in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Learn more at www.thunderhead.com

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