December 15, 2017
Software executive Sam Miller has been appointed to the role of CRO at ECi Software Solutions, to expand the company’s scalable and sustainable revenue generation.
ECi Software Solutions announced this week that Sam Miller has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer.
Miller will direct ECi’s worldwide sales and marketing teams from ECi’s Fort Worth headquarters, as well as generate new processes, ideas and strategies for the company’s continued organic growth. Carrying on ECi’s practice of building strong customer relationships, Miller will focus on providing the best solutions to meet customers’ needs to help them reach their goals, grow their businesses and drive their profits.
“Sam has a proven track record as a top software industry leader with a strong customer-centric skillset,” said ECi President and COO, Trevor Gruenewald. “He is a natural fit for ECi and brings high energy and a systematic approach to his leadership. Sam has developed strategies that have accelerated the growth of some of the world’s most successful technology companies. His insight and passion for the SMB market align with ECi’s objective of supporting the entrepreneurial spirit and profitable growth of our customers. We are pleased to have Sam take on this new role to provide his inspiration and leadership.”
Miller previously worked at Dell Technologies in a range of sales leadership and business development roles. In his most recent position as Senior Vice President of Inside Sales and GM Mid-Market, Miller was responsible for leading the Dell EMC North America Commercial inside sales organization with $14 billion (€11.868 billion) in revenue, 1,500 team members, and 182,000 public and commercial customers.
Miller commented, “I am extremely excited to join the ECi team! Having served the SMB customer segment for the past 18 years, I have a passion for leveraging technology that enables them to grow and thrive. Joining forces with an amazing team that has an impressive portfolio of solutions is exciting; I can’t wait to see how we can continue to grow together.”
Miller holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Food Science and Technology from Texas A&M University.
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