SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- UberConference, the leading teleconferencing and productivity service, announced today that it has hired enterprise sales veteran Jeanne DeWitt as its first Chief Revenue Officer. DeWitt is the former Director of Google Apps SMB Sales for North & Latin America. In her new role, DeWitt will oversee the marketing and sales departments, developing the overall go-to-market plan and growth strategy.
"Jeanne has great experience in cloud SaaS sales worldwide and extremely strong relationships in the industry," said CEO Craig Walker. "She understands the fundamental changes to sales and marketing in an online world and is ready to drive success for us as our company grows and evolves."
DeWitt joins UberConference following more than ten years with Google where she ran new business acquisition sales teams, as well as direct and channel sales in both the North & Latin America and the Japan & Asia Pacific regions.
"The combination of a world-class engineering team, bleeding-edge technology and a challenging role drew me in. Craig's vision for the future of business communications sealed the deal," said Jeanne DeWitt, Chief Revenue Officer at UberConference.
"We're developing business-grade products on a scalable infrastructure -- products focused on design and user experience, built for the way people really work," DeWitt added. "If there's a team out there that can disrupt the industry, this one is it."
UberConference fixes all the broken and outdated aspects of traditional conference calling, making it a more productive business tool, and transforming an industry that hasn't seen real innovation in decades. UberConference gives a visual interface to every conference call so callers can know who's on a call and who's speaking at any time, in addition to making many other features, such as Google Hangouts integration, easy-to-use with the click of a button. Built by the teams that brought Google Voice and Yahoo! Voice to tens of millions of users, UberConference launched in 2012 and is funded by Andreessen Horowitz and Google Ventures. Learn more.