Ntooitive Digital Adds Four Sales and Partnership Veterans to Technology Team to Support Growing Client Roster
Poised for accelerated growth this year, Ntooitive, a leading digital advertising and technology company, announced the addition of four new hires to its technology team: Tony Dawson, general manager of technology, Don McCoole, vice president of sales engineering, Jon Denton, vice president of tech sales, and Phil Turner, senior director of small and midsize business.
Ntooitive Technology Team’s New Hires:
With over 40 years of combined tech and business experience, the new executive hires will help propel Ntooitive into its next stage of growth.
A U.S. Army veteran turned business executive, Tony brings more than 25 years of SaaS product development experience in enterprise software, including core revenue drivers for industry-specific applications to Ntooitive.
A former U.S. Air Force Captain, Don leads the pre- and post-sales technical support, implementation, and client success teams for the technology sales division.
Jon has over 15 years of experience leading direct sales teams focused on servicing enterprise customers in SaaS, PaaS and B2B digital platforms.
In his role as Senior Director of Small and Midsize Business, Phil is responsible for designing and executing sales plans, identifying new segment opportunities, and creating best practices for customer relationship management as Ntooitive scales its rapidly growing tech platform.
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