Microlearning and knowledge retention solution leader hired Dan Whelan as CEO earlier this year

Burlington, Mass. – January 12, 2022 – Qstream, the leading enterprise microlearning and knowledge reinforcement solution, today announced it has bolstered its already deep senior leadership team with the appointments of Warren Macken to Chief Technology Officer, Bret Kramer to VP of Sales and Customer Success, Karen O’Mahony to VP of Client Services and Jason Mundy to VP of Marketing. They will continue executing Qstream’s company vision to revolutionize how businesses empower their workforce through individualized learning.

Together these executives bring decades of experience moving technology businesses forward. Their experience will be critical to ushering Qstream through its next phase of market leadership: targeting new industries, investing in new integrations and partnerships and helping businesses get the most out of their workplace learning programs. They join Dan Whelan, who was recently hired as CEO, Chief Financial Officer David Kelly, VP of Product Management Jim Bowley, and HR Director Ali McGinley to lead Qstream to become the market leader in Europe and the United States.

“Warren, Bret, Karen and Jason all bring fresh perspectives to our company vision and strong technology and business backgrounds, which will enable us to deliver more value to our customers,” said Whelan. “Their passion for innovation and delivering value to the market will have tremendous impact as we continue executing on our mission to deliver knowledge faster and more effectively to the workplace.”

Each executive brings a diverse set of skills from their time at high-performing businesses:

  • Warren Macken, CTO: Macken joins Qstream from Ireland’s national water utility company Irish Water where he served as head of IT for five years. Previously, Macken led several complex business transformation projects in North America, Europe and APAC in the aviation, utility and government sectors with a specific focus on digital, business data and transformation.
  • Bret Kramer, VP of Sales and Customer Success: Kramer spent 15 years selling and deploying software development tools with Rational Software (acquired by IBM), and for the past 12 years worked in sales management roles for SaaS organizations. Kramer most recently was the director of revenue at WNDYR, a consulting firm specializing in digital transformation.
  • Karen O’Mahony, VP of Client Services: O’Mahony has more than 20 years of experience specializing in operational efficiency optimization and business change. Prior to Qstream, O’Mahony was the director of operations at the technology education charity Kinia.
  • Jason Mundy, VP of Marketing: Mundy is a strategic and innovative B2B technology marketing executive with expertise building, leading and mentoring high-performing global marketing teams. Mundy spent most of his career in marketing leadership roles at EMC and Dell, most recently leading global marketing for Dell’s advanced services and consulting business.

 

Since 2008, Qstream’s award-winning enterprise microlearning and knowledge reinforcement solution has helped organizations across a variety of industries, including life-sciences, healthcare, financial services, technology and manufacturing, build high-performing teams. Qstream is built on neuroscience algorithms proven through more than 20 peer-reviewed clinical trials along with years of real-world application. Qstream streamlines workplace learning with a highly engaging and personalized learning experience to deliver targeted knowledge when it matters most, thereby increasing engagement and knowledge retention, and improving how skills and behaviors are applied appropriately on the job.

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