[24] Appoints Recognized Sales Transformation Expert as Chief Revenue Officer

Paul J. Loftus brings more than 20 years of experience leading sales transformations and building winning teams

[24], a global leader in intent-driven customer engagement solutions, today announced the appointment of Paul J. Loftus as chief revenue officer. In this role, Loftus serves as the company’s revenue strategist, responsible for setting and executing the company’s revenue acquisition and retention strategy. He will report directly to [24] Chief Executive Officer PV Kannan.

Loftus brings more than 20 years of experience in successfully leading sales transformations and building highly engaged, passionate teams. Prior to joining [24], he served as the North American head of sales and revenue retention for Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting, a market-leading global information services company with headquarters in the Netherlands. Prior to that, Loftus spent 16 years at ADP, most recently as division vice president of ADP National Accounts.

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“Paul’s expertise in bringing about sales transformation is directly aligned with what we need to drive even greater growth in the years ahead,” said Kannan, chief executive officer of [24] “As our company expands and we continue to strengthen our position in the marketplace, Paul will be instrumental in building a strong pipeline and driving a consistent revenue stream. He brings a winning track record, a proven ability to build teams, and most importantly a desire to win in the marketplace.”

“[24] has a tremendous market opportunity right now, using artificial intelligence to help companies dramatically improve customer experience,” said Loftus. “Fortune 500 companies are hungry for technology that can deliver measurable business results and [24] leads the market in using AI to deliver measurable outcomes. I look forward to working with the company’s world-class leadership team to take full advantage of this opportunity to drive accelerated growth and success.”

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