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V12 Promotes Stacey Girt to Chief Revenue Officer
RED BANK, NJ – May 30, 2017 – Omnichannel data powerhouse V12 announced today the promotion of Stacey Girt to Chief Revenue Officer. In this new role, Stacey is responsible for the direction and management of the company’s sales revenue strategies.
“Stacey’s extensive industry experience and strong vision will be invaluable as we continue to enhance the strategic direction, growth, and profitability of V12,” said Anders Ekman, CEO of V12. “Her strong aptitude for developing a unified business strategy make her an ideal candidate for this new role.”
Stacey has over 25 years of experience in the direct marketing industry and has been a featured speaker at the Direct Marketing Association, DMD NY, and List Vision. Prior to her new role, Stacey served as Executive Vice President of Channel Sales at V12 where she excelled in helping clients develop effective lead generation and retention programs using state-of-the art marketing solutions and technology. She has also held multiple senior leadership roles at companies including Acxiom and CBC Companies. Stacey holds a BS Marketing & Management degree from Davis & Elkins College.
“I am extremely excited to be chosen for this new role and to develop revenue strategies focused on V12’s rich suite of acquisition data solutions,” said Stacey. “V12 provides unique data sets which are individually focused to identify high performing target audiences enabling clients to meet their business objectives. We are on a path of great forward momentum as we continue to develop strategies to align our solutions with our clients’ goals and objectives to achieve highly individualized, people-based marketing.”
As an omnichannel data powerhouse, V12 combines rich data assets with robust technology to provide brands with a seamless and connected customer view. Our solutions bridge the right data across channels to power right time omnichannel engagement when, where, and how a brand’s customers and prospects prefer.