Qstream Welcomes Gary Greenberger as Vice President, Sales
Greenberger to Accelerate Qstream Sales as Company Enters Its Second Decade of Microlearning Industry Leadership
Burlington, MA, January 9, 2019 – Qstream, makers of software that uses science, data, and mobile technology to prompt meaningful behavior change, today welcomed Gary Greenberger as the company’s new Vice President, Sales. In this role, Gary will be responsible for accelerating Qstream’s growth by leading sales globally and will work closely with marketing, product and services so Qstream continues to continuously impact customer goals through its best practice microlearning solution.
“Qstream is perfectly positioned to address the future of microlearning through technology that provides demonstrable return on investment for training and enablement programs. With an outstanding level of employee engagement, Qstream is an effective learning experience for the workplace of the future, especially as the need to reskill and upskill increasingly becomes a workplace necessity,” said Rich Lanchantin, Qstream CEO. “Gary’s long history in driving sales for technology and SaaS-based businesses will support our ambitious growth plans to add new customers to the Qstream portfolio, and his focus on ensuring customers enjoy an outstanding experience will help expand opportunities with existing customers. I am delighted to welcome Gary to the team.”
A proven sales leader with a track record of exceeding performance goals in both billion-dollar and entrepreneurial organizations, Gary will be a member of the Qstream senior leadership team with responsibility for direct and channel sales globally. Prior to joining Qstream, Gary was Vice President of Sales with Sample6, a Boston-based biotechnology firm and also at Vela Systems, where he contributed to the company’s sale to Autodesk. He has also held VP, sales roles with CTSpace (later sold to Sword Group), Constructware (now part of Autodesk), and CompuCom Systems.
“I am impressed with Qstream’s ability to improve sales performance, measure sales enablement and training efforts, and provide line managers with an effective coaching tool,” said Gary. “I would have benefited from this kind of solution throughout my career as a sales leader. Workplaces are undergoing a seismic shift to keep pace with competitive pressures, new regulations, and more complex ways of conducting business. I’m excited to work with learning and sales leaders to help them build high performing teams by integrating Qstream’s best of breed mobile microlearning solution into their training and enablement programs.”
Gary holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Logistics from Pennsylvania State University.
Developed at Harvard Medical School, Qstream is the only microlearning platform scientifically proven to quantifiably enhance job proficiency. Unlike traditional corporate training programs, the Qstream app delivers scenario-based, precision learning (Qstreams) in just minutes a day, and within the daily flow of work. Knowledge-intensive industries including life sciences, healthcare, financial services, and technology use Qstream to improve recall of critical information and identify individual proficiencies so managers know who, what and when to coach. With hundreds of customers and thousands of participants globally, including Capital One, Pfizer, and Autodesk, Qstream is trusted to build teams that excel. To learn more, visit Qstream.com, and connect with us on Twitter and Linkedin.
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