Qubit, the pioneer in data-first customer experiences, has appointed former Sitecore executive, Gregory Symon, as its new general manager for North America, based in the company’s U.S. headquarters in New York. By bringing Symon on board Qubit gains over 25 years of expertise in global go-to-market strategy and commercial operations.
“As we continue to meet the demands of a changing market, our focus must be on understanding the needs of our customers, whether it’s our sales process, the product features, or our day-to-day service,” said Graham Cooke, CEO and founder of Qubit. “Greg will be instrumental in this effort by providing expert guidance and leadership.”
Previously, Gregory Symon spent more than 22 years in leadership roles at Intel Corporation, leading the company’s software commercial organization globally. Most recently, he was SVP at Sitecore North America, where he was charged with expanding the company’s position as a leader in customer experience management software. Prior to joining Sitecore, Symon served as VP and GM, North American commercial sales, at Red Hat Inc. He led the company’s largest sales geography and managed numerous teams across the organization to drive record revenue growth and establish Red Hat as the first pure-play open source software company to achieve revenues in excess of $1 billion.
“Qubit’s customer-centric technology platform is well positioned to set new benchmarks for digital experiences, commerce and enterprise software,” said Symon. “I am excited to be a part of the team as we work to make Qubit one of the most important technology platforms in customer-driven businesses.”
Qubit is the pioneer in delivering data-first customer experiences. Our digital experience hub integrates analytics, data and experience management with the Visitor Cloud, a customer data platform connecting data across all your brand touchpoints through an elastic customer record.
Whether it’s creating highly targeted personalizations or acting on data science, we ensure marketers are never held back by digital roadblocks.
To date, we have received over $76 million in funding from Goldman Sachs, Accel, Sapphire Ventures, Balderton Capital and Salesforce Ventures.