NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Evidon, the global leader in revealing the invisible web, today announced that it has appointed Mark Rudolph as Chief Revenue Officer. In this new role, Rudolph will be responsible for guiding Evidon’s global sales team and devising strategies to further the company’s position as a market leader in online privacy and data intelligence.
“Mark’s expertise in growing technology and data-driven businesses will make him a steward of our success in 2013 and beyond. I’m delighted to have him on board.”
A seasoned enterprise-sales leader with a deep background in developing SaaS-based sales organizations, Rudolph was most recently Vice President of North American Sales and Customer Success at Gomez Inc., which was acquired by Compuware in November 2009. Rudolph joined Gomez in 1999 and became an integral part of the organization that drove the company to be an attractive acquisition target, holding a variety of key sales and management positions. Prior to the acquisition, he was Vice President of North America Enterprise Sales for Gomez. Rudolph holds an MBA from Boston College and a BS in Management from The Georgia Institute of Technology.
“Evidon continues to attract the right talent to lead our company into the next phase of our evolution,” said Evidon CEO Scott Meyer. “Mark’s expertise in growing technology and data-driven businesses will make him a steward of our success in 2013 and beyond. I’m delighted to have him on board.”
Evidon reveals the invisible web.
Its technology gives brands, publishers, networks and other businesses around the world unique insight into the digital ecosystem—including unparalleled intelligence on the marketing technologies that underpin the commercial web —and the power to control their impact on business.
That technology includes Ghostery®, Evidon’s browser tool that reports on data collection across 26 million websites and informs the company’s business control solutions. Evidon also provides market-leading privacy controls for more than $1 billion of display media annually that empower more than 150 million people a day to control how their information is used online.
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