Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Intellum, Inc., an established and growing enterprise software solutions provider, today announced two key strategic appointments as part of the Atlanta-based company’s growth strategy.
David Corrigan joins as VP of Sales. David will be responsible for sales team leadership, driving revenue, alignment of the marketing/sales functions and client satisfaction. Formerly Director of Strategic Solutions at Brandon Hall Group, David has also held positions with Bersin & Associates. He brings both considerable sales experience and a broad knowledge of the industry to the post.
Intellum’s new VP of Market Strategy is Sharon Claffey Kaliouby, who brings extensive international business experience and expert networks to the new position. Sharon was formerly the Senior Vice President of Learning Solutions at Enterprise Ireland; in which she acted as a market advisor to the government of Ireland, and Director of eServices at Thomson Corporation (currently Thomson Reuters). “I was attracted by Intellum’s mission to focus on helping their clients and employees exceed expectations in the workplace!” stated Claffey Kaliouby. “They deliver superior customer service/support alongside enterprise-wide technology solutions which yield immediate business impact…”
Donald H. Taylor, chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute stated: "David and Sharon have a great track record in our industry … For Intellum to recruit them both; is a great move on their path and also a signal of intent."
“We’re delighted to have Sharon and David on our team,” added Will Simpson, COO of Intellum. “As an established software solutions provider with over 400 clients, 98% of which renew, we’re excited to move to our next phase of development and growth.”
Intellum is a privately-held company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 2000, the company has over 12 years of experience providing innovative, leading-edge software to customers of all sizes and in all industry segments. Intellum’s enterprise technology solutions include EXCEED, a learning management system (LMS), and TRIBE, a social collaboration tool.