Workiva Chief Revenue Officer Resigns
Workiva Increases Focus on Sales Efficiency
AMES, Iowa – April 10, 2020 – Workiva (NYSE:WK), provider of the world’s leading connected reporting and compliance platform, announces that Scott Ryan, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, has resigned from the company to pursue other opportunities, effective today.
“We will miss Scott at Workiva,” said Marty Vanderploeg, Chief Executive Officer of Workiva. “We thank him for improving the skills, structure and process in our sales and service organizations and helping us to expand across international markets. The progress we’ve made during Scott’s tenure has laid the foundation for our future growth and success.”
In connection with Ryan’s departure, Workiva made additional personnel changes to realign sales leadership and increase sales efficiency. The sales, service and customer success organizations now report directly to Chief Operating Officer Julie Iskow.
“We are committed to increasing revenue and expanding globally as efficiently as possible,” said Vanderploeg. “We will continue to leverage our new, more open platform to provide high-value solutions for prospects, customers and partners.”
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