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CRMNEXT Appoints Mark Uicker as Head of Sales

Uicker brings over 25 years of experience to lead growing sales team

CRMNEXT, Inc., the leading global CRM solution provider in financial services, has appointed Mark Uicker as its head of sales to further drive company growth. CRMNEXT has over one million bankers and a billion customers on its platform worldwide. Uicker will focus on sales team development and delivering the CRMNEXT platform to more banks and credit unions in North America.

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A seasoned software executive with over 25 years of sales and business development experience, Uicker has held numerous leadership and founder positions in both the technology and banking arenas. His past customers and partners include Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Capital One, along with a litany of Fortune 500 players.

“CRMNEXT is the perfect marriage of my passions in technology and financial services,” said Uicker. “I’m eager to help banks and credit unions thrive in a competitive marketplace where innovation is critical to give customers the experience they have come to expect in a digital world.”

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Most recently, Uicker served as executive-in-residence and head of sales at BRM Group. In this role, he provided the business development strategy that generated significant revenue streams for LogDog, a mobile security technology company, and Monterey Bay Labs, a pharmaceutical delivery technology company.

“We are excited to welcome Mark to the team,” said Joe Salesky, CEO of CRMNEXT. “His proven talent at developing sales teams and increasing profitability will be a valuable asset as we continue to equip financial institutions with the tools they need to empower employees and customers, and grow revenue without growing costs.”

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News of this appointment follows shortly on the heels of the CRMNEXT strategic partnership announcement with Wolters Kluwer’s Expere offering, which centralizes the management of compliance content, providing the tools financial institutions need to seamlessly implement changes.