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Promapp Makes First Hires for New Austin Office

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Heightened Interest in Promapp's BPM Software

On the heels of announcing the expansion of its U.S. presence, Promapp
has made the first hires for its second U.S. office in Austin, Texas.

The industry-leading provider of cloud-based business process management
(BPM) software for creating and managing business processes online has
hired seven new employees for its new Austin office. They include:

  • Angela Lee, a University of Texas graduate who brings more than 15
    years of experience in sales management and SaaS software with
    companies such as VMware to her new position as Sales Director;
  • Katie Gibson, an eight-year veteran of technology companies like
    Rackspace Hosting and G5, where she focused on demand generation, who
    will serve as Director, Demand Generation;
  • Hope Ruiz, who has experience in building and managing sales
    enablement programs for high-growth software sales teams, who will
    serve as Sales Enablement Director; and
  • Michael Whitt, who spent the past five years in the software industry,
    specializing in solution selling and sales development, before being
    named Sales Development Manager.

Promapp plans to add several other sales, sales development, and
marketing positions to its Austin team in the coming months.

"Promapp's new Austin office represents an integral part of our strategy
to continue U.S. expansion and to support our growing U.S. client base,"
says Promapp CEO Ivan Seselj.

Since opening its first U.S. office in San Francisco in 2015, Promapp
has established a strong foothold in North America. The firm now counts
ConnectWise, MorganFranklin Consulting, JE Dunn, Marketo, Michigan State
University, Builders Design, the University of California Berkeley,
Porchlight Developments, GCM, and Pankow Builders among its U.S.
customers.

"We've had great success in America, attracting a range of marquee
clients as more organizations recognize the important role process
management and improvement play in driving innovation, staff engagement,
and competitive advantage," Seselj explains. "Leading C-level executives
are now making it a priority to create an environment that enables teams
to drive effective change management, ensuring critical processes are
captured and presented in formats that teams across the business will
actually use."

For more information, visit www.promapp.com

About Promapp

Established in 2002, Promapp
is the business process platform teams love to use. Promapp has helped
hundreds of organizations worldwide to unlock their improvement
potential with easy-to-follow processes developed, shared, and applied
by teams every day.

Promapp's cloud-based business process management (BPM) software makes
it easy to create, navigate, share, and change business processes,
enabling continuous improvement, risk management, quality assurance, and
business continuity. Providing an intuitive online process repository,
an integrated process mapping tool, and a process improvement toolset,
Promapp's proprietary software fosters a thriving business improvement
and process management culture. Promapp supports the development of
smarter and safer ways to work, while encouraging sharing of information
by operational teams rather than limiting it to process analysts and
technical specialists.

Promapp's wide range of public and private sector customers includes:
ConnectWise, MorganFranklin Consulting, JE Dunn, Coca-Cola Amatil,
Michigan State University, Builders Design, University of California
Berkeley, Porchlight Developments, GCM, Pankow Builders, Air New
Zealand, Toyota, Ricoh, McDonald's, Audi Australia, and the Department
of Justice, Victoria.

The company is headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, with offices in
the USA (San Francisco, CA and Austin, TX), UK (London), and Australia
(Sydney and Melbourne).

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