KnowledgeVision has doubling its customers and revenues every five to six months, a reflection of the intense interest in video presentations for content marketing, sales enablement, and e-learning.
Lincoln, Massachusetts (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
KnowledgeVision Systems has opened a new corporate headquarters in Lincoln, Massachusetts, to support the company’s rapidly-growing presence in the online presentation market. The company also announced the appointment of Joe Pappalardo as Vice President of Sales for KnowledgeVision. The move follows the closing of a new $2 million venture funding round, led by GrandBanks Capital, in January, 2012.
The company’s new home location is in the Lincoln North complex at 55 Old Bedford Road in Lincoln, adjacent to L.G. Hanscom Air Force Base and at the heart of Massachusetts’ Route 128 technology belt.
“Our new headquarters gives us room to continue growing at a torrid pace,” said KnowledgeVision CEO Michael Kolowich. “KnowledgeVision has been doubling its customers and revenues every five to six months, a reflection of the intense interest in online video presentations for content marketing, sales enablement, and e-learning.”
KnowledgeVision also announced the appointment of Joe Pappalardo as its Vice President of Sales. Joe was previously Director of Sales for Awareness Networks in Burlington, Massachusetts. “Joe is a fast-rising star in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) sales and marketing world,” said Kolowich. “His thorough knowledge of the super-hot fields of social and content marketing will prove enormously valuable in helping customers break new ground with KnowledgeVision’s solutions.”
A veteran leader of cutting-edge SaaS efforts at Awareness Networks, CodeBroker, Qvidian (formerly Kadient), and Clear Forest, Joe is a dedicated practioner and advocate of Sales and Marketing 2.0 practices. A graduate of University of Massachusetts at Lowell, Joe was a project manager and software solutions engineer early in his career.
About KnowledgeVision Systems
KnowledgeVision is single-mindedly focused on making online video work harder:
--to make it perform better as a content marketing tool;
--to make it more impactful as a sales tool;
--to make it more engaging as a learning tool; and
--to make it more effective as a corporate communications tool.
Clients all over the world use KnowledgeVision’s tools—KVStudio and Knovio—to create synchronized online video and audio presentations that combine their best communicators with PowerPoint slides, web pages and applications and supplemental material, and make them available from web browsers and mobile devices anytime, anywhere. KnowledgeVision is based in Concord, Massachusetts.