SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ModuleQ, the sales productivity solution designed for the way sales professionals really work, announced today that veteran software executive John Dillon has joined the company's Advisory Board. Dillon has a long and distinguished career as CEO of such leading enterprise software companies as Salesforce.com, Engine Yard, and Hyperion Solutions. "John's deep expertise in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Software-as-a-Service is highly relevant to ModuleQ's first product, a personal pipeline management app for sales professionals," said company founder David Brunner.
"Once a decade, a fundamental shift of technology architecture creates a new wave of category leaders," Dillon said. "The recent explosion of handheld devices in the enterprise has created an opportunity for ModuleQ to turn the enterprise software value proposition on its head by improving the productivity of individual workers. I think ModuleQ's decision to focus initially on the sales professional is brilliant, and I look forward to helping the company achieve its vision."
Allen Miner, ModuleQ's Chairman, said, "Having worked with John at Oracle and again at Salesforce.com Japan, I'm very excited to have him as an advisor to ModuleQ. John has penetrating strategic insight, deep wisdom acquired from growing multiple successful software sales organizations, and an unshakeable commitment to putting customers first. His contribution to ModuleQ will be invaluable."
ModuleQ is a Sales Productivity solution that makes it simple for field sales professionals to manage their personal sales pipeline and close deals faster. We focus simply on the things sales pros actually need to stay productive on the go, unlike other tools that are built with a top-down view of sales that really doesn't give frontline sales pros what they need. With ModuleQ, sales pros have all of their opportunities, emails, and next steps at their fingertips. It's easy for them to stay on top of deals in play today and keep deals on deck moving for the future. We are based in San Francisco, and you can find us on the web at http://moduleq.com, on Twitter at http://twitter.com/moduleQ, and on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/company/moduleq. ModuleQ – Keep closing.