RED BANK, N.J., Aug. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Omnichannel data powerhouse V12 Data is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeff Johnson from Vice President to Senior Vice President of Client Development. In this new role, Jeff will focus on cultivating new client relationships within the retail sector as well as bringing marketing expertise to brands looking for better ways to understand and serve their audiences.
"Jeff's proven leadership and deep industry knowledge of omnichannel audience solutions make him an incredible asset to our team," said Stacey Girt, Chief Revenue Officer of V12 Data. "Marketers today are challenged in how best to leverage data to target and acquire new customers at scale. Jeff's experience in data-driven audience solutions will be key as V12 Data continues to develop innovative approaches to help brands identify receptive audiences and boost customer profitability."
Jeff has over 25 years of experience in helping enterprise brands strategically use data across channels to improve their customer retention and acquisition strategies. While at V12 Data, he has worked with numerous brands and their agencies to help them best leverage both off-line and on-line data sets to increase their ROI. Prior positions include leadership roles at KnowledgeBase Marketing Group, Accudata and Motorola.
"I'm excited to take on this role as SVP of Client Development," said Jeff. "We have an incredibly dedicated team committed to helping our clients solve their business challenges and explore new ways to target the right audiences across channels. Especially now with our new Signals product that identifies people in the moment of making a decision."
About V12 Data As an omnichannel data powerhouse, V12 Data combines rich data assets with robust technology to provide brands with a seamless and connected customer view. Our solutions bridge the right data across channels to power right time omnichannel engagement when, where, and how a brand's customers and prospects prefer. For more information, visit www.V12Data.com.