– confident that it will play a key role in Ardoq’s growth story moving forward, says Founder and Managing Director Eric Bakstad.
Arduk Chief added earlier this summer Eric Bakstad Putting forward strong growth figures, he said the company’s development had not only secured them large clients such as British telecoms giant BT, but also guaranteed top-shelf selection in the recruitment business.
Earlier this year he hired Ardock Helen Suttonwith a background in a number of SaaS companies including DocuSign chief revenue officer,
The company is now expanding its management team with another tech industry veteran. Monica Visconti Patel Appointed as the new Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). She came to Ardoq from SaaS Automation Anywhere, where she was, among other things, Acting Head of Global Field Marketing. Previously worked at RingCentral, MuleSoft, Jive Software, and others.
– After nearly three decades in the technology sector, I am very impressed with how Ardoq has helped its clients navigate change and achieve profitable transformation, especially in today’s business climate. Ardoq is a leader in its field and is bold when it comes to brands, product development, and mindset. It’s already growing rapidly in all the markets it’s in and has huge potential for further growth, which makes the CMO role particularly exciting, she says in a press release.
Ardoq software allows companies to create a digital twin of themselves, giving them an overview of all employees, processes and IT systems. The purpose is to enable customers to use the insight to reduce costs and implement digital transformation by testing scenarios by changing variables in the digital twin.
– Monica amazed us from day one with her understanding of the role that Ardock can and should play in large companies. In addition, she brings a wealth of experience from similar positions in relevant international technology companies, as well as a level of infectious energy that few others can match. I feel confident she will play a key role in Arduk’s growth story moving forward, says Bakstad.
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