The Software Report's Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2022

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The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2022

The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2022. The software-as-a-service market continues to expand, with some expecting the global SaaS market to grow at a CAGR of 25.9% from $143.8 billion last year to a staggering $720.4 billion in 2028. And more companies seeking to digitize more parts of their operations has led to stiffer competition between SaaS providers. The accomplished women on this year’s list have been instrumental in leading their companies to innovation and success in everything from document generation to enterprise resource planning, education administration, cybersecurity, and other software categories.

Some of the distinguished honorees on this year’s list include President and CEO of Ellucian Laura Ipsen, who leads her organization’s strategy to innovate across the higher education technology sector through an industry-leading cloud transformation journey, which resulted in Ellucian’s sale in 2021 to Blackstone and Vista Equity Partners. Meanwhile, CTO of LeaseWeb Svenja de Vos spearheads her company’s technical vision by strengthening its cloud hosting and cybersecurity services, while also being responsible for the product management, product engineering, and system administration departments. And Nielsen’s SVP of Global Client Services Jennifer Dixon led the 2021 separation of Nielsen and NielsenIQ into two global companies and now leads the appdev teams of the Global Client Software organization.

The women on this year’s list lead from a variety of positions across the C-suite and beyond, from CEO to CISO and CHRO, to SVP and Director of Software Engineering. What they have in common is a demonstrated track record of success tackling the greatest challenges the industry has to offer. Please join us in celebrating The Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2022.

Laura Ipsen (Ellucian), Marne Martin (IFS), Julie Davila (Sophos), Bernadette Nixon (Algolia), Jamie Kiser (Talend), Aurora Suh (Omie), Svenja de Vos (Leaseweb), Nicole O'Rourke (Aptean), Jennifer Dixon (Nielsen), Angelique Sottek (Arc Worldwide), Stephanie Muir (MidMark), Juliette Kopecky (LinkSquares), Robin Wadsworth (Thought Industries), Sara DiNardo (Phreesia), Hila Mazinter (JFrog), Victoria Silbey (Frontline Education), Rose Bentley (Qumu Corporation), Farzana Ashraf (Pearson VUE), Lauren Langston (Kantata), Tracy Schreiber (Kainos), Ingrid Svensson (MatrixCare), Marina Gabets (Veeva Systems), Donna de Winter (Q4 Inc.), Mafalda Vaz Bleck da Silva (Bizzdesign), Ellen Benaim (Templafy), Stephanie Ragozzino (OneCause), Anjanette Hill Mendoza (SheerID), Heather Tenuto (Zift Solutions), Inna Gordin (Appfire), Roya Ansari (Z2Data), Meera Ramachandran (Apollo GraphQL), Hilary Newman (Innovative Interfaces), Courteney McDonnell (Measurabl), Aparna Gude (Xeeva, Inc.), Gail Boddy (Yellowbrick Data), Mohana Radhakrishnan (ExpertusONE), Aparna Jue (FormAssembly), Elise Stribos (Jungle Scout), Gaby Henriquez (Digital Media Solutions, Inc.), Susan Jeffers (XY Retail), Jessica Bicknell (LinkSquares), Suzanne Hassett (Zyte), Norah McDonald (Vbrick), Dawnie Larsen (Verisk Property Estimating Solutions), Helene Ackermann (PriceHubble), Carmen Snyder (RedTeam), Clara Canevari (Speexx), Kristina Linehan (ImageSource, Inc.), Daniela Strazza (Y42), Sarah van den Born (Workspace 365).

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