Wire announces key hires in US and Europe as company sales double

Employment & Skills | International | South East | Technology

Wire, a global collaboration platform, has announced three new senior hires as it looks to continue with its accelerated upward trajectory, following another quarter of impressive sales growth. The multinational technology company has consistently been doubling sales quarter over quarter.

Wire has also achieved a milestone of 700 customers, with the likes of Fortum and Aon joining existing customers like EY and SoftBank Robotics in trusting the platform with their enterprise collaboration. Wire has also seen an increase in business coming from large government institutions both in the EU and the US.

Wire CEO Morten Brøgger said on the ambitions of the company: “Previous results speak for themselves. We have seen amazing growth since our pivot into Enterprise Software in 2018 and are keen to keep that momentum going in a rapidly moving market. In fact, the collaboration market is set to be worth $48bn by 2024 and our team vision is one of Wire at the very forefront, leading the way in enterprise collaboration and disrupting this space with our industry-best security and usability. This is an exciting time for everyone at Wire as we continue our fast-paced growth to bring a more secure form of collaboration to both enterprises and government organisations worldwide.”

Wire also announces three key senior-level hires: Christian Nink, VP of Sales EMEA;  Dylan Riley, VP of Finance; and Tony Lam, VP Sales of Americas.

Christian commented: “I’m really looking forward to getting my feet under the table and working with the team at Wire to achieve their ambitious goals. We are looking to delve further into the DevOps market as well as expand the relationship that we have with our enterprise customers. I also think there is real potential with finance and governments in EMEA so I’m looking forward to making inroads in those sectors.”

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