OutSystems Hires Jeff Newlin as General Manager to Lead Continued Growth in North America
San Ramon, CA - October 11, 2011
I have been involved with application development and IT solutions for my entire career and have never seen as complete an offering as what OutSystems brings to market with the Agile Platform and supporting components, services and training. I am thrilled to be joining OutSystems and look forward to rapidly expanding our presence in North America. It is a truly exciting opportunity!”
Jeff Newlin, GM North America OutSystems
OutSystems, provider of the industry leading Agile Platform application development environment, announced the appointment of Jeff Newlin to the position of Vice President and General Manager, North America.
In his new role, Newlin will oversee OutSystems’ North American business, where he will drive the continued growth of subscription and service sales and help further expand the North American organization. He will work to develop strategic partnerships with key technology vendors and will be responsible for all U.S. customer-facing activities. As a member of the executive team, Newlin will have an active role in the overall strategy of the company.
“OutSystems presence in North America is rapidly expanding and we are fortunate to have Jeff join our team to continue fostering this growth,” said Paulo Rosado, founder and CEO of OutSystems. “Jeff’s extensive experience and knowledge in managing sales teams and driving new business will ensure that OutSystems continues to see forward momentum among our North American customer base.”
Newlin comes to OutSystems with more than 20 years of experience
in sales and executive management. Newlin has experience in creating
and continually evolving sales and services organizations as well as
strategic and tactical operational management.
Most recently, he held the position of Senior Vice President of Global
Sales and Chief Revenue Officer at Silverpop, a provider of SaaS solutions
for engagement marketing. During his 10 years at Silverpop, he helped lead
the company from a startup to a profitable industry-leader with more than
Prior to Silverpop, Newlin held positions at Cybrant (acquired by
Blue Martini, now Escalate), TenFold Corporation, Texas Instruments
(acquired by Sterling Software), and KnowledgeWare (acquired by