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Webinfinity Expands Its Leadership Team with Business Development and Marketing Executives

[fa icon="calendar"] Mar 3, 2020 1:35:12 PM / by Elizabeth Chaney

Elizabeth Chaney

Webinfinity is excited to announce that Phil Iserino and Elizabeth Chaney have joined the Webinfinity executive team.

Phil will be VP, Business Development overseeing relationships with prospective enterprises looking to expand their revenue through increased engagement with partners, customers or even internal employee teams. Elizabeth will be VP Marketing with a focus on increasing Webinfinity brand understanding and creation of demand for the Webinfinity Engagement Automation Platform.

“These two individuals will contribute significant software sales and marketing expertise to the company. Their skills will contribute significantly to our growth as well as enabling the market to better understand the uniqueness of the Webinfinity platform.”

– James Hodgkinson, CEO, Webinfinity

Phil Iserino has had an extensive and successful career igniting sales pipelines at a variety of software and distribution companies. He has held sales and partner management positions at CDW, Computer Associations, ESPN to name a few. He has focused across a number of verticals including education, government, healthcare, media/entertainment, and financial services.

Phil and Elizabeth
Elizabeth Chaney and Phil Iserino

Elizabeth Chaney is a veteran of technology marketing having created a number of new product and market categories enabled by technology innovation. She has consulted with a number of Fortune 100 companies as well as some of the more famous start-ups in the technology space. Having worked with Webinfinity on the client side for a number of years, she is able to effectively pinpoint and apply the platform’s value for a number of use cases.

Topics: PRM, Partner Portals

Elizabeth Chaney

Written by Elizabeth Chaney

I have worked with businesses marketing directly to consumers, or those looking to forge tighter relationships with other businesses, whether large, medium or small. Or I have connected the two into unique demand marketing approaches.