Unit4, a fast growing leader in enterprise applications for service organizations, today announced two new executive appointments, strengthening the leadership team of its North American business. Jim Millard takes the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Jim Clayman takes a new role as VP North America Marketing.
As COO, Jim Millard will guide the organization in line with strategy while driving operational and strategic excellence across the company. He was formerly VP of Sales and Strategic Alliances and will continue to oversee sales operations, working closely with the sales teams. He joined Unit4 in 2013 having held a number of senior sales roles with enterprise software vendors including Lawson Software and Information Mosaic.
Jim Clayman is promoted to VP North America Marketing having led global marketing efforts in the education vertical since Unit4’s acquisition of Three Rivers in June 2015. Jim brings a wealth of cross-industry marketing experience and leadership to Unit4, having served for seven years as U.S. Industry Marketing Director and Sector Analyst at PricewaterhouseCoopers, then founding and leading his own marketing firm, followed by three years as VP of Ecommerce Marketing at Meridian Enterprises.
“Since the Three Rivers acquisition, Jim Clayman has done an outstanding job in a Group Product Marketing role for our Education Solutions offerings.”Scott Kamieneski, SVP and Managing Director of Unit4’s North American business
“Since the Three Rivers acquisition, Jim Clayman has done an outstanding job in a Group Product Marketing role for our Education Solutions offerings,” said Scott Kamieneski, SVP and Managing Director of Unit4’s North American business. “This foundation will serve him well as he orchestrates and spearheads our efforts to build brand awareness and to grow our opportunity pipeline in the competitive North America market, especially in our core verticals of Higher Ed, Public Sector, Nonprofit, PSA, Financial Services and Travel. I’m also delighted that Jim Millard takes on the positon of COO. He will very much be my right hand man ensuring smooth business operations and working cross-functionally across the organization to drive strategic initiatives. I look forward to his leadership as he takes on this new important role on the leadership team.”