B2B tech veteran Nick Thomson to drive growth of Workshare’s SaaS business
April 14, 2015, LONDON, UK – To drive global revenue growth and meet increasing customer demand for its SaaS offerings, Workshare today announced the appointment of Nick Thomson as the company’s first Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Nick most recently trained and advised high-growth tech businesses as part of the UK Government's Growth Accelerator program. Prior to this role, he was CRO for the London cloud-based workspace startup, The 4th Office.
Today more than 2 million customers rely on Workshare for secure file sharing and collaboration. The company boasts high client retention rates, which validate its commitment to providing the highest quality customer experience to those in regulated sectors. Nick’s focus will be to strengthen Workshare’s customer relationships and drive profitability.
“We are pleased to welcome Nick to Workshare,” commented Anthony Foy, CEO of Workshare. “Nick brings with him invaluable experience in SaaS and B2B tech, holding pivotal roles in building global cloud-based businesses. His deep knowledge will help Workshare drive global revenues from our suite of enterprise collaboration applications and we’re excited to have him onboard.”
“Joining Workshare’s exceptional team, especially during this growth period, is very exciting,” commented Nick Thomson. “Today’s always-on culture requires the workforce to seek efficiency and productivity from their collaboration applications, making Workshare a must-have application for businesses and knowledge workers today. I look forward to helping the company scale as demand for its world-class products continues to increase.”
Nick began his career as a co-founder of TRG Advantage, a cloud-based Human Capital Management platform. TRG Advantage was acquired by the Ceridian Corporation in 2007. He then held a number of roles within the corporation both in the UK and in North America, helping transition it into its current position as a leading cloud-based HCM software and services provider.