|By Business Wire||
|June 9, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
Docurated, the next-generation document management platform, today announced the hiring of Scott Bleczinski as Chief Revenue Officer. During his seven-year run as EVP for ExactTarget, Bleczinski enjoyed 28 consecutive quarters of sales growth, taking the company from $3 million in revenue to more than $110 million, resulting in its acquisition by Salesforce for $2.5 billion. Bleczinski brings a track record of financial growth and will be responsible for leading Docurated’s commercial organization and go to market.
Bleczinski has also served as EVP of Sales at Compendium, VP of Sales and Marketing at Inforonics, President of Zmags, Board Member at Shoutlet, and as an advisor in TinderBox. Acquisitions have littered Bleczinski's career, with ExactTarget acquired by Salesforce.com and Compendium acquired by Oracle.
“I'm extremely excited to join the world-class team at Docurated,” said Bleczinski. “Just like ExactTarget, Docurated has a massive market opportunity with a disruptive product and strong loyal customer base of industry leaders across the Fortune 500. We have all the ingredients to build the next big enterprise company, and I'm looking forward to helping Docurated scale to the next level.”
Docurated has raised $3.75M in Series A funding led by Rogers Venture Partners and in 2013 experienced 2,000% year-over-year growth, adding brand name customers including Clorox, Digitas, Netflix, and Havas.
“Given our market traction, we were looking for a commercial leader with a proven track record of scaling companies in a new category and the ability to build and scale a world-class revenue organization,” said Alex Gorbansky, CEO & Co-Founder of Docurated. “Scott Bleczinski is a visionary leader whose track record of scaling a company from infancy to $110M+ is unmatched.”
Docurated’s cloud-based solutions offer the fastest and simplest way to find and use content. With Docurated’s smart approach to document management, customers drive more economic value out of existing storage investments. It’s the end of files, folders and document tagging. Docurated enables users to instantly find and use the exact and most relevant page, paragraph, slide and chart without opening a single folder or file, all while keeping IT departments happy. Content in shared drives and systems like SharePoint, Box and Dropbox instantly becomes visually searchable and actionable. For more information on how Docurated helps enterprises such as Netflix, Amgen, Cox Media, Mindshare, Kaiser Permanente, transform information into insight and enable happy productive employees, visit www.docurated.com.
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