Pasadena, Calif. — Jan. 24
Tenrox, a provider of workflow-driven project workforce management solutions, announces another year of record-breaking revenues and rapid global expansion in 2006.
The company’s sales force has increased by 40 percent with the addition of sales representatives and consultants in North America, Australasia and Europe to further accelerate and support growth in these regions, as well as to better serve its growing international client base.
Tenrox also expanded its executive team with the addition of a chief technology officer, vice president of professional services and a vice president of sales, West Coast.
“Our strategy in 2006 was to establish a broader sales force in the U.S., as well as to build a strong and direct regional presence in the Australasia and European markets,” CEO Rudolf Melik said. “There is a tremendous opportunity in these regions, where we’re seeing an acceleration in the demand for project workforce management solutions.
“With a direct presence in these markets, we’re in a better position to further develop our customer relationships with localized service and support, as well as broadened partner engagement.”
To support its explosive growth in North America, Tenrox expanded its U.S. sales team with the addition of representatives based in Chicago and Los Angeles.
Tenrox also appointed Kevin Charbonneau as vice president of sales, West Coast, to head and build the sales force across the West Coast and Midwest.
Ludwig Melik, vice president of sales, East Coast and Canada, will continue to focus on the Canadian market and Eastern regions of the United States, as well as oversee the company’s U.K. and Australasian sales teams.
Other appointments in 2006 include Michael McRae as vice president of professional services and Sammy Wahab as chief technology officer.
“2006 was a high-growth and profitable year for Tenrox and our customers,” Melik said. “Our new executive team members bring years of software industry experience, demonstrate our commitment to customer satisfaction and innovation and share our passion for the project and workforce management industry.
“We continue to invest heavily in building a multi national organization that can better serve our growing international customer base.”
The company’s global expansion activities into Australasia and Europe in 2006 included the addition of sales and consulting representatives in Australia, as well as in the United Kingdom, to service the European market.