QlikTech Appoints Terrie O’Hanlon As Chief Marketing Officer

QlikTech, (NASDAQ: QLIK) a leader in Business Discovery – user-driven Business Intelligence (BI), today announced that Terrie O’Hanlon has joined the Company as chief marketing officer (CMO). With more than 20 years of experience marketing software, hardware and services to businesses and consumers, O’Hanlon will oversee QlikTech’s global marketing and brand strategy and investments. She reports to Lars Björk, QlikTech’s chief executive officer.

“Terrie brings to QlikTech extensive business acumen, a deep understanding of stakeholder engagement, and an ability to work in an integrated way across global organizations to drive profitable growth,” said Björk. “This is an exciting time for QlikTech as we continue to challenge the conventional approach to Business Intelligence and lead a new generation of solutions for self-service Business Discovery across the enterprise. Terrie’s track record as a disruptive force couldn’t be better suited to lead us in continuing to redefine the market.”

“I admire QlikTech as an innovator that inspires and delights customers and partners around the world,” added O’Hanlon. “I’ve built my career inventing and reinventing brands backed by go-to-market strategies that set the pace for market leadership, so I’m in tune with the company’s spirit as the pioneer of Business Discovery as a distinct advantage and space in the business intelligence market. What makes QlikTech particularly unique is its heritage of investing in employees and corporate social responsibility. It’s a company well equipped not only to drive growth and profitability, but also to make a real difference in the world while doing so.”

As senior vice president and CMO for Manhattan Associates, O’Hanlon led global marketing and brand initiatives that helped transform the company’s reputation and market success from a warehouse management software provider to a global enterprise supply chain solution leader. As executive vice president of CheckFree, a financial electronic commerce pioneer, she led marketing innovations that helped build the company’s base of consumers, banks and billers, expanding market share and financial performance prior to the Company’s eventual multibillion acquisition by Fiserv. O’Hanlon’s career also includes executive marketing positions with WebMD Practice Services, Dun and Bradstreet Software and Per-Se Technologies, as well as consulting for a variety of leading technology companies through marketing agency roles.

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