SalesPage has long been the leading provider of distribution management solutions for asset managers, and we’ve always had a deep commitment to strategic growth and continuous improvement. We have a long history of staying ahead of the curve in the marketplace, anticipating trends, and strengthening ties with our clients and partners. As the asset management industry has undergone significant changes in the past few years, we have continued to assess our position. Today we are rolling out strategic changes that will reinforce our commitment to the asset management industry and support our plans to grow.
SalesPage will continue to focus on expansion within the asset management industry. We’ll strengthen SalesPage products, our best-in-class distribution management software solutions for asset management firms. We’ll enhance support and service offerings for institutional and international business. And we’ll continue to build partnerships to integrate SalesPage’s unparalleled distribution management solutions with third-party CRM applications.
To support this strategy, we welcome Jennifer Rutledge to SalesPage, in the new role of Chief Operations Officer (COO). Jennifer brings a wealth of experience in operations and web development project management to SalesPage. She comes to us from VML (formerly Biggs|Gilmore), where she managed a highly effective team working on global digital initiatives for Kellogg’s. She has served on the board of the Western Michigan Project Management Institute and has been an adjunct instructor at Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business. With her extensive background in technology and information systems, Jennifer is well prepared to lead new initiatives at SalesPage as we move forward.
Many of our clients have had the privilege of working with Mike Segal, a key team member since 1994. Under Mike’s direction, SalesPage products have grown to be best-in-class. In the new position of Chief Security Officer at SalesPage, Mike will drive security strategies for the organization and its software solutions and will ensure that SalesPage is positioned to respond appropriately to any security threat.
Many of our clients have also worked with Chris Poisson, a Senior Technical Architect at SalesPage since 2000. Chris has been promoted to Director of Technical Development. In this role, he will lead the SalesPage core development team and will help guide future product development plans.
We are excited about these changes. SalesPage has an outstanding legacy of assets to build upon as we move forward, and we anticipate building new partnerships, strengthening existing connections, and developing new offerings to expand our presence in the asset management marketplace. We remain fully committed to our employees, our clients, and our partners.