Hylandthe Westlake-based content services provider, has created a chief revenue officer position and appointed Chris McLaughlin to fill it.
The company said in a Press release that the role “was designed to meet the demands of Hyland’s rapid global expansion”. He added that McLaughlin “will play a critical role in ensuring Hyland’s growing customer base takes full advantage” of the company’s portfolio, including its cloud platforms and SaaS-based services.
Hyland said McLaughlin has worked in content services for more than two decades. He has spent the past six years at cloud native and SaaS providers, first at Nuxeo, a provider of cloud native content services and digital asset management platforms, before and during that company’s acquisition by Hyland. in early 2021, and later at LumApps, according to the statement. He previously led global teams at FileNet, EMC Documentum and Thunderhead.
McLaughlin will be responsible for leading Hyland’s global sales, marketing, revenue operations and revenue generation organizations, according to the statement. He will report to Ed McQuiston, executive vice president and chief commercial officer of Hyland.
In a statement, McLaughlin said, “I hope to draw on my experience in the content services industry and bring a fresh perspective to help Hyland leverage its exceptional momentum and further accelerate its rapid growth.”
According to data from Crain, Hyland has about 1,640 employees locally and a total of about 4,600 globally.