Mike Berry named Chief Commercial Officer at JDX

Mike Berry, Chief Commercial Officer
    February 11, 2020

    We are delighted to announce that Mike Berry has joined JDX as Chief Commercial Officer at JDX. Mike will lead and drive the global sales organisation through a period of exponential growth and geographical diversification.

    He will be responsible for building & accelerating the growth of JDX through sales excellence, diversity and optimising ‘go to market ‘channels. Mike’s speciality is in building teams which can operate under difficult market pressure and where high-paced growth is needed, so he will be developing, growing, leading and mentoring the sales team to enable that change.

    Mike has over 20 years of executive sales management experience across various service lines in financial services and other industries, with firms including Cap Gemini, EMC and most recently Amazon Web Services. He has a track record of exceeding targets and delivering strong growth through sales leadership. We are very much looking forward to working with Mike and are excited for the changes to come. Please join us in welcoming Mike to the JDX team!

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