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Gimmal is excited to introduce our CRO, Brian McLaurin

Gimmal is happy to announce that Brian McLaurin has joined our leadership team as Chief Revenue Officer, a newly-created role.

Brian joins Gimmal at a critical time: as we complete our transformation into a software leader, providing the most comprehensive suite of records management and content governance software for leading platforms such as Office 365, SharePoint, and beyond. This newly-created CRO position represents the final piece of Gimmal’s leadership transformation, and will position Gimmal for accelerated growth.

Brian joins Gimmal from MRI Software, where he was instrumental in the transformation of its sales organization to drive consistent year-over-year growth. Throughout his career, Brian has been successful in all areas of selling enterprise software. Starting with inside sales, his accomplishments are underscored by his unwavering dedication to improving sales performance.

McLaurin says, “I’m really excited to join the Gimmal team, as I believe in the company’s vision and their reputation as a leader in records management and content governance. I look forward to leveraging my track record of accelerating transformational growth with the Gimmal team.”

According to Gimmal CEO, David Quackenbush, “Brian brings the right experience and leadership to help us take Gimmal to the next level. Brian has a track record of being a winner, which we look forward to extending at Gimmal.”

Mr. McLaurin holds a BSW degree from Texas State University. He credits success throughout his career to his unwavering focus on listening to clients, understanding their needs and making every attempt to present mutually beneficial solutions. This approach has been his gateway to developing new relationships with key industry accounts and generating new opportunities within large, small and mid-market companies.

Welcome aboard, Brian!

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