Amperity Appoints Ralph Robertson as SVP of Sales & CRO
Amperity, the world’s only Intelligent Customer Data Platform (CDP), today announced that enterprise veteran Ralph Robertson has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Sales & Chief Revenue Officer. Robertson will be responsible for driving revenue growth and expanding strategic relationships with channel and technology partners for Amperity.
“Ralph’s proven track record of growing and driving sales performance for some of the fastest growing companies, coupled with his knowledge of CDPs, is precisely what we need at Amperity,” said CEO Kabir Shahani. “Every large brand today needs to understand who their target customers are — and we are committed to helping marketers make this a reality through our platform. We are thrilled to welcome such an accomplished leader to help us scale that vision and take our business to the next level.”
Ralph brings more than 20 years of experience building global sales organizations and developing successful go-to-market strategies for both private and publicly held SaaS companies. Ralph was most recently Chief Revenue Office at Visual IQ (acquired by Nielsen) where he ran world-wide sales, operations, channel alliances, and technology partnerships. Prior to that, he spent five years at Adobe in senior management and executive roles growing Adobe’s Marketing Cloud business, including the development of the initial go-to-market strategy for Adobe’s Data Management Platform (DMP) platform. Ralph has also held leadership positions at leading companies such as Omniture (acquired by Adobe) and Offermatic (acquired by Omniture).
“Joining Amperity was a no-brainer. Everything from their impressive team of seasoned leaders, brilliant engineers, and world-class platform to their roster of global brands like TGI Friday’s, Wynn, and Kendra Scott, made it an easy choice,” said Ralph. “The value Amperity is delivering to its customers is unmatched and I am eager to continue to build on the foundation Kabir and Derek have established.”