People in Business
ZoomInfo recently announced it has hired Andrew Riesenfeld as senior vice president of business development.
Riesenfeld will lead the sales development and sales enablement teams, and prioritize redefining ZoomInfo’s go-to-market processes, playbooks, and training programs to drive continued scale and success.
“I’m thrilled to welcome Riesenfeld as we continue to expand our go-to-market platform and grow as an organization,” said Henry Schuck, ZoomInfo founder and CEO. “Over my career, I’ve had the opportunity to meet some of the best SaaS sales leaders in the world. Three years ago, when I met Riesenfeld, I knew immediately that his skills and abilities were unique and best-in-class. There are few industry leaders who are as well-connected, well-respected, and well-versed as Riesenfeld. His expertise will have an immediate and long-lasting impact on ZoomInfo.”
“As a ZoomInfo customer, I’ve seen firsthand the material gains in efficiency and effectiveness from the industry’s leading go-to-market platform,” said Riesenfeld. “Since its IPO, ZoomInfo has become the go-to software for high-quality data and intelligence for orchestrating workflows across sales, marketing, operations, and recruiting channels. I am both humbled and excited to help our customers hit their number and our employees to be difference makers.”
Riesenfeld brings more than a decade of SaaS leadership experience. He joins ZoomInfo from DocuSign, where he served as vice president of go-to-market operations and productivity. He helped scale the company from $200 million to $2.5 billion in revenue, which included the company’s IPO.
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