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Key Martech Leaders Join ActiveCampaign to Bring their Experience at Scale as the Company Reaches More Than 60,000 Businesses Around the Globe

January hires and promotions accelerate growing momentum for ActiveCampaign, joining strong leadership team with extensive industry experience

CHICAGO, Feb. 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — ActiveCampaign, the leader in intelligence-driven sales and marketing automation for SMBs, today announced Reem Jaghlit as the VP of Product Engineering, Kallie McConkie as the Director of Customer Success, and Mike Perlongo as the Director of Sales. These new leaders join a growing team of martech talent, who continue to see the opportunity for ActiveCampaign to disrupt how businesses improve the customer experience as the company now serves more than 60,000 customers around the globe, with more than $50 million in annual recurring revenue. ActiveCampaign is focused on providing small businesses with the tools and knowledge they need to grow. Whether that means guiding marketers on best practices or access to a powerful, yet easy-to-use platform that will help them improve their customers’ experience, all teams at ActiveCampaign impact our customers’ experience. Reem Jaghlit, VP of Product Engineering Reem officially joined the team in January, bringing more than 10 years of engineering experience, coming to ActiveCampaign from her role as the VP of Engineering at Cheetah Digital. “ActiveCampaign checks all the boxes I’ve been looking for,” noted Jaghlit. “The ability to make an impact, focus on exciting challenges, product and engineering alignment, lean and modern technology vision, great culture, humble leadership and above all, helping small businesses hits close to heart!” Kallie McConkie, Director of Success Kallie joined ActiveCampaign with deep martech experience having spent four years at Hubspot and three years at Constant Contact. In her most recent position, she was responsible for the success, growth, and operations of Hubspot’s classroom training program, focusing on educating customers. Kallie understands the importance of educating and being close to customers, and bringing that knowledge and passion to the team as the Director of Success. Mike Perlongo, Director of Sales Having joined the ActiveCampaign team 15 months ago as the Channel Sales team Manager, Mike has had a tremendous impact for our partners and the internal team — from building the channel team to more than doubling the revenue from our channel partners. Prior to joining the team, Mike held multiple sales leadership positions and will leverage his experience to grow the team in his new role as the Director of Sales and reach more small businesses around the globe. “Small businesses deserve both the attention and powerful technology that’s typically reserved for enterprise businesses,” Jason VandeBoom, Founder and CEO of ActiveCampaign. “Our team is committed to helping small businesses improve their customers’ experiences, which includes providing our customers with a great experience with our team and in using the platform. Kallie, Mike, and Reem all understand the importance of our customers and small businesses, and I’m eager to see how they continue to positively impact the growth and experience for our customers and team.”  Kallie, Mike, and Reem join the growing ActiveCampaign team of more than 350 employees, and work along ActiveCampaign leaders from Salesforce and Hubspot as the company continues to push the bounds for small businesses around the globe. About ActiveCampaign Recognized as the leader in the marketing and sales automation for SMBs, ActiveCampaign helps growing businesses meaningfully connect and engage with their customers. Its SaaS platform enables businesses to create optimized customer experiences by automating many behind the scenes processes and communicating with their customers across channels with personalized, intelligence-driven messages. For more information, visit SOURCE ActiveCampaign

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