Yext today announced that it has added Marc Ferrentino, former Salesforce Chief Technical Architect, as its Executive Vice President of Strategy. Ferrentino is the third Salesforce veteran to join Yext's executive team in the past 18 months, following the hire of Steve Cakebread as CFO in late 2014 and Jeff Rohrs as CMO in 2015.
As we kick off 2016, we're taking a look back to appreciate the major milestones and accomplishments Yext achieved in 2015. We expanded the PowerListings Network to over 100 publishers, passed the half-million mark of worldwide business locations powered by our platform, and grew the Yext team to 450 employees, just to name a few.
Yext announced today that Jonathan Cherins has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Small Business & Partner. Cherins will be responsible for running both the Small Business and Partner channels globally in Yext's revenue division as the company continues to expand its product suite and strengthen its international presence.
Yext is proud to announce that it has been named to the Great Place to Work 2015 Best Small and Medium Workplaces list, published by Fortune Magazine. Ranked #20, this marks the second year in a row that Yext has been recognized on the prestigious list.
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Yext announced today the addition of Salesforce and ExactTarget veteran Jeffrey K. Rohrs as its Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).
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Yext today announced that Steve Cakebread is joining the Yext team as Chief Financial Officer. Cakebread is responsible for Yext’s global financial operations. Cakebread brings […]