Aviso, the leader in predictive insights for sales management, operations, and forecasting, announced Michael Lock Chief Executive Officer. Michael joins from Heresay Social where he was President and Chief Operating Officer. Prior to that, he spent nearly 8 years at Google and was the founding executive for Google Enterprise building the business from infancy to the second largest Business SaaS company behind Salesforce.com. Before Google, Michael spent time at FaceTime Communications as Vice President of Sales and was Senior Vice President of Field Operations at Virage. Earlier in his career, he ran education sales and marketing for Oracle. Aviso has received funding from Bloomberg BETA, Cowboy Ventures, First Round, Next World Capital, Scale Venture Partners, and Shasta Ventures.
meQuilibrium, a digital health company focused on resiliency training for the Fortune 1000, announced Tom Brennan as Chief Financial Officer. Tom brings extensive experience with high growth potential healthcare and cloud software companies. Most recently, he was Chief Financial Officer at AbilTo a leading behavioral health company. Earlier in his career, Tom co-founded a SaaS company called OpenAir and served as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Strategic Alliances for over ten years. OpenAir was ultimately acquired by Netsuite. meQuilibrium has received funding from Chrysalis Ventures and Safeguard Scientifics.
Symphony Commerce, an end-to-end commerce software platform for brands, announced Ken Fine as Chief Executive Officer. Ken joins with more than two decades of experience leading teams from start-up through public company success. He joins from Medallia where he led the entire product and services organization as Chief Customer Officer and Vice President of Product for four years. Prior to Medallia, he spent fifteen years with Financial Engines in various product, marketing and general management roles and helped lead the company through a successful IPO in 2010. Ken began his career as an Engineer in the United States Navy. Symphony Commerce has received funding from Bain Capital Ventures, Blue Cloud Ventures, Charles River Ventures, Commerce Ventures, FirstMark Capital, Great Oaks Venture Capital, and Insikt Ventures.
Science 37, a technology-enabled clinical research company, announced Jay Trepanier Chief Operating Officer. Jay brings more than 25 years of experience running financial and business operations. He joins from Cliniverse where he spent the last few years as Chief Executive Officer. Prior to that, he headed finance and operations at Jones and Frank. Jay also held Chief Financial Officer positions at Alphanumeric Systems and Etrails and was Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer at DataFlux. He began his career at Aspen Technology as Director of Worldwide Sales Operations. Science 37 is backed by dRx Capital, Lux Capital, Redmile Group and Sanofi Genzyme BioVentures.
Farewell, a digital lifestyle medicine company focused on preventing and reversing chronic disease through diet and lifestyle changes, announced James Powell as Head of Sales. An experienced healthcare executive, James joins from Color Genomics where he was Vice President of Business Development. Prior to that, he was the Director of Group Health Strategy at Grand Rounds. Earlier is his career, James was a sales director at Gartner and Associate Director of Business Development at the Advisory Board Company.
Truveris, the nation's leading pharmacy benefit analytics company, announced the appointment of Tim Herlehy as Vice President of Sales. Most recently, Tim was the Chief Sales Officer at Copatient. Prior to that, he spent 3 years leading sales at TriZetto as Senior Vice President of New Business Development and Sales. Tim was also Senior Vice President of Sales at HealthEdge Software and held sales leadership roles with ConnectYourCare, Lighthouse1 and MBI Benefits earlier in his career. Truveris has received funding from Canaan Partners, New Leaf Venture Partners, Tribeca Venture Partners, First Round Capital, and New Atlantic Ventures.
Bright Funds, the next generation platform for individual and workplace giving, empowering everyday donors to become strategic philanthropists, announced Srinagesh Vitthanala Vice President of Engineering. Srinagesh brings over 20 years of product development and management experience. He joins from Financial Engines where he spent the last 15 years beginning as a lead engineer before moving upward thru a number of software development positions. When he left the company, he was Vice President of Software Development. Prior to Bright Funds, he was spent time as a consultant at Pensare and was an associate at Cognizant. Bright Funds has received funding from AspirationGrowth, BloombergBETA, and Wellspring Growth Partners.
CoverWallet, the first online business insurance manager, announced Paul Kline Vice President of Sales. Paul joins from Zenefits where he was Director of Sales Development. Prior to that, he was the Director of Sales at Main Street Hub. Earlier in his career, he was a senior sales executive developing multichannel marketing solutions for top fashion brands and apparel retailers at Unique Solutions. Paul also held sales management positions at Unique Solutions, Clover and Yelp. CoverWallet is backed by Founder Collective, Highland Capital Partners, Two Sigma Ventures, and Union Square Ventures.
Cloudability, the global leader in data-driven Cloud Cost Management, announced Brian Barry Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Brian brings nearly 20 years of sales experience with enterprise software companies. He joins from Skytap where he was Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Prior to that, he spent several years at Hewlett-Packard as Area Vice President of Enterprise Software Sales. Before HP, Brian served as a sales director for CA Technologies, Planview and Pacific Edge Software. Cloudability has received funding from 500 Startups, First Round Capital, Founders Fund, Foundry Group, Techstars, and Trinity Ventures.