Beamery, the global leader in Talent Lifecycle Management, today announced Steve Vierra’s appointment as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). In this role, Vierra will oversee the company’s commercial functions and further drive Beamery’s global growth and footprint.
With over three decades of experience in the technology industry and 20 years of experience in go-to-market (GTM) strategy, Vierra brings a wealth of experience to Beamery. As CRO Steve will assume overall leadership of the commercial function, including sales, solution consulting, customer success and partnerships.
“Steve Vierra is an accomplished executive with an impressive track record of driving growth at numerous enterprise software companies,” said Abakar Saidov, Co-founder and CEO of Beamery.
“Steve will play a key role as we take the next steps in our mission to help every company unleash the potential of their workforce, and we’re excited he’s decided to join Beamery to bring his wealth of unique experience to our customers and perspective to our leadership team.”
Prior to Beamery, Vierra served as the Executive Vice President of Global Field Operations at Medallia, Inc. where he was responsible for Channel and Alliances, Revenue Operations, Enablement, Pricing and Strategy and Deal Desk, through the company’s IPO in 2019. He also spent two decades at BMC Software, where he led the go-to-market strategy for Remedy ITSM and scaled the organization’s inside sales team.
“This is a dynamic time to be in the HR technology industry and the marketplace is ripe for disruption,” said Vierra. “Headcount is the most expensive line item for any business, and in today’s competitive landscape, organizations have to improve their strategies to attract, retain and develop the skills, potential and productivity of their workforce.”
“Beamery is uniquely positioned to be a key partner for companies looking to transform talent strategies, improve profitability, and overachieve business goals. I look forward to working on the team that will help our customers on this journey.”