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Velocify Appoints Joel Ginsberg to New Role of General Counsel, Supporting Aggressive Growth Trajectory

Former Guidance Software VP and Deputy General Counsel Joins Velocify to Direct Strategic and Tactical Legal Initiatives

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Velocify®, the leading sales acceleration platform, today announced the hire of Joel Ginsberg to serve in the new role of general counsel, helping the company continue to scale for maximum growth. The former Guidance Software vice president will be responsible for leading strategic and tactical corporate legal initiatives to support Velocify's evolving needs in the fast-paced, high-growth sales acceleration environment.

Joel Ginsberg assumes general counsel role at Velocify to direct strategic and tactical legal initiatives.

Ginsberg joins Velocify from the publicly traded digital forensics company Guidance Software, where he served as vice president and deputy general counsel, demonstrating the ability to manage complex legal, compliance and corporate governance functions in the high-tech industry. In his new role, Ginsberg will oversee all legal and compliance matters for Velocify, including negotiating contracts, managing the company's commercial transactions, creating internal processes with sales, finance and HR, and managing outside counsel on other general corporate matters. He will report directly to Velocify CEO and President Nick Hedges.

"Joel has precisely the experience and skills that will enable Velocify to act assertively during this high-growth period," said Hedges. "He has showcased his expertise handling legal issues in a way that moves businesses forward and will be the perfect addition to the company as we cover new territory in the months ahead."

In addition to his work at Guidance Software, where he focused on finding innovative solutions and working through deal issues to drive the business, Ginsberg has more than 10 years of corporate law experience working for prestigious law firms in both New York City and Los Angeles. Ginsberg received his B.A. from the University of Kansas and earned his J.D. from the New York University Law School. 

"I am proud to take charge of Velocify's legal initiatives at such a vital expansion period for the company," said Ginsberg. "As the sales acceleration market continues to grow, it will be critical to provide sound legal guidance for Velocify to move forward on all fronts."

About Velocify
Velocify® is the leading sales acceleration platform. The company helps more than 1,500 sales teams sell more by bringing speed and control to the entire sales process. Velocify helps sales teams prospect with more precision, accelerate lead engagement and implement optimized workflows, ultimately helping sales teams find and convert more leads.

Velocify has recently been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in North America by Deloitte and Inc. For more information about Velocify or its technology, please visit the company's website and blog, or follow the company on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or YouTube.

Velocify is a market-leading provider of cloud-based intelligent sales software, designed for high-velocity sales environments. Velocify helps sales teams keep pace with the speed of opportunity and improve conversion rates by driving rapid lead response, increased selling discipline, improved productivity, and actionable selling insights. The company has helped more than 1,500 companies across a variety of industries improve customer acquisition practices and sales performance.

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