Our mission is to reinvent how business is conducted in today’s networked economy. Richard and Steve will be instrumental in helping us achieve that goal.
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Irvine, CA (PRWEB) July 30, 2014
Mavenlink today announced the addition of two accomplished executives to its Board of Directors: Steve Unterberger, Chief Technology Officer at Carrick Capital Partners, and Richard Campione, President of the Cloud & Business Intelligence Division at ServiceSource. The two leaders bring decades of experience in public and private technology companies to Mavenlink's rapidly growing SaaS business.
"We're honored to have Steve and Richard join our board, and their combined expertise will be invaluable," said Ray Grainger, Mavenlink's CEO and founder. "Mavenlink is in a sustained high-growth period. Our mission is to reinvent how business is conducted in today's networked economy. Richard and Steve will be instrumental in helping us achieve that goal."
Steve Unterberger joins the Mavenlink board after serving as a company advisor since September 2011. Unterberger, prior to joining Carrick, co-founded and served as Chief Technology Officer at Exult Inc., a provider of business services related to human resources and business process outsourcing. Before Exult, he was a US Executive Vice President of SHL Systemhouse, a $2 Billion IT Outsourcer acquired by MCI in 1995. Unterberger was also a Senior Manager at Pricewaterhouse Coopers. He holds a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Richard Campione is a 30-year technology industry veteran. He has held Senior Executive positions at Siebel Systems and SAP. Campione has strong technical and business experience in senior executive positions managing SaaS engineering, operations, marketing and sales organizations for Fortune 500, mid-sized and start-up technology companies. He presently sits on the board of directors for ServiceSource, Winshuttle and Biome Analytics. Campione holds a B.S. and a master's degree in computer science and electrical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mavenlink's solutions for project-based businesses combine work management software and resource management software features with powerful financial tools and business analytics. Mavenlink's tools integrate with Google Apps, Intuit Quickbooks, and other major SaaS platforms.
Mavenlink provides powerful software and services to help organizations conduct business online. Its cloud-based applications combine advanced project management software with resource planning, collaboration, and financial tools.
Mavenlink empowers businesses to better understand their productivity and take strategic action to improve profitability -- all in one place. The company partners with leading cloud platforms, including Google, Intuit, NetSuite, and Salesforce.com. Mavenlink is based in Irvine and San Francisco, California.
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