We are thrilled to announce the promotion of Tamaryn Naughton to rapidMATION’s Chief Growth Officer.
As the Chief Growth Officer Tamaryn will assist rapidMATION in keeping the business on its growth trajectory which encompasses all facets of marketing, business development, sales, external relationships with our key partners and very importantly, our company culture.
For anyone who knows, or has interacted with Tamaryn, they will know that she is a stellar individual who is a true guru across all of these fields and more.
“I am excited to take on the responsibility of overseeing rapidMATION’s hypergrowth trajectory, which is no mean feat. I find myself in a unique position of being able to combine my growth mindset with my 15+ years’ experience in the automation industry to showcase rapidMATION’s unique offering, drive growth with our partner eco-system and ultimately help more customers benefit from our collective intelligence in the space.” – Tamaryn Naughton, Chief Growth Officer at rapidMATION
As organisations are increasingly embracing hyperautomation – and truly pursuing their automation first mindset – it is important that as an organisation that we position ourselves, and our people, to drive this automation first wave.
Tamaryn will be key in assisting our technology partners to continue on their significant growth trajectories:
- UiPath Named Fastest Growing Technology Company in FT Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies 2020
- K2 Achieves 70 Percent Increase in Annual Recurring Revenue; Drives Significant Customer Momentum with Over 150 Percent Increase in Adoption of the K2 Cloud Platform
- ABBYY Achieves Double-Digit Annual Revenue Growth for Third Consecutive Year
When working with the best of breed partners, one can see how that translates into our customers wanting the market-leading and cutting edge intelligent automation solutions that we provide.
Tamaryn will be key in continuing this same growth sentiment in our own organisation – and ensure that our customers are at the forefront of this wave – so that they can automate, survive and thrive.
Congratulations (and very well deserved) Tamaryn!
Time to crack the Automation Champagne…