BOSTON, June 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a leading provider of energy intelligence software, today announced the addition of veteran enterprise software executive John McMahon to its Advisory Board.
"John is widely respected as one of the most successful sales leaders in the technology industry," said Tim Healy, Chairman and CEO of EnerNOC. "His 25-plus years of senior-level management experience in the enterprise software industry will be extremely helpful to EnerNOC as we continue to expand to new markets with our energy intelligence software and solutions. We're honored that John will be sharing his insights and expertise with us."
Mr. McMahon has been the global head of sales of five publicly traded software companies in his career and has held leadership roles at BMC Software, Cisco, PTC, HP, Ariba, and BladeLogic. He has spent decades focused on scaling enterprise sales organizations, managing rapid growth inside public companies, and creating best-in-class technology sales teams. Currently, John serves on the Board of Directors or Board of Advisors at Aveksa, Sprinklr, Bazaarvoice, AppDynamics, Glassdoor, and HubSpot."John's background working with innovative, pioneering, category-making software companies is unparalleled," said Gregg Dixon, SVP of Sales and Marketing at EnerNOC. "We look forward to infusing the Advisory Board and EnerNOC with his vision of how technology companies scale and excel." EnerNOC's Advisory Board comprises globally recognized business leaders and industry luminaries, and its objective is to ensure that EnerNOC grows its market leadership position by incorporating best practices throughout all functions of its business, from sales to operations to product management. "EnerNOC is at an exciting stage of growth, and has achieved remarkable success to date," said John McMahon. "I'm excited to help EnerNOC take its world-class sales organization to the next level by helping to further incorporate technology industry best practices into selling its solutions at the highest level in the enterprise."