ZoomInfo Announces Executive Leadership Changes to Power the Next Phase of Its Rapid Growth
Chris Hays Becomes Chief Operating Officer; Hila Nir Serves as Chief Product Officer;
“We’re continuing the upward momentum that we achieved in 2020 as we saw more and more customers rely on our powerful go-to-market platform to connect with more buyers and even pivot their businesses,” said
Hays has been promoted from Chief Revenue Officer to Chief Operating Officer and now oversees the company’s end-to-end go-to-market infrastructure. His responsibilities include revenue and growth, new sales, sales development, emerging products, marketing, data services, customer experience, and technology and operations.
Nir has been promoted from Chief Marketing Officer to Chief Product Officer. She successfully led ZoomInfo’s marketing team for the last nine years driving the company’s rapid growth, including the company’s marketing strategy for its initial public offering last year.
Under Nir’s leadership, the marketing team positioned the ZoomInfo brand as a market leader, driving significant growth in the company’s website traffic, marketing leads, and inbound new sales. Since joining
In her new role, Nir now oversees the company’s product strategy, developing a long-term product vision and creating new solutions to automate the entire go-to-market motion. Her responsibilities encompass product management, product marketing, product business intelligence, product operations, and product design. This shift allows
Murphy-Reuter has joined
He comes to
Prior to joining Intercom, he was Vice President of North American Sales and Marketing at AdRoll, a growth marketing platform that uses a unique customer data asset to power personalized digital marketing campaigns. There, he led a 100-plus person team across sales, account management, marketing, and operations, and managed the profit and loss for
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