SEATTLE, Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Outreach, the system of action for sales teams, today announced the addition of Sarah Imbach to its Board of Directors, as well as the appointment of Matt Millen to SVP of revenue operations and Katie Doyle to VP of marketing. The addition of this seasoned group of executives represents a new phase of growth for Outreach as the company continues expanding its customer-base in the enterprise market and increases its international presence. The depth of industry expertise and enterprise acumen brought by each executive will help build on Outreach's already strong foundation, having recently secured $17.5 million in Series B funding and new customer wins like Pandora, CenturyLink, Zillow and Glassdoor.
"2016 has already proven to be a wildly successful year for us, and the addition of Sarah, Matt and Katie fuel-injects our existing powerhouse executive team," said Manuel Medina, cofounder and CEO of Outreach. "Each of these executives bring a wealth of knowledge and domain expertise that will help us continue to grow and scale our business. We're entering a phase of fast-growth that requires nimble and smart decision-making to close business, and stay ahead of customer needs and market demands. This world-class leadership team will be heads down and focused on guiding Outreach to be a must-have, staple technology for sales teams everywhere." A well-known veteran in the Internet start-up community, Imbach joins Outreach's Board of Directors following more than six years as an angel investor and advisor for local tech startups in Seattle. Before relocating to the Pacific Northwest, Imbach held back-to-back executive positions in Silicon Valley at LinkedIn and PayPal, where she held various positions overseeing revenue activities and managing business-critical operations. As an early investor and believer in Outreach, Imbach will continue to work closely with the leadership team to help the company scale and exceed the next tier of goals. "Outreach was my first Seattle angel investment, and that decision came with a rigorous review of the company and its technology - looking back, it was one of the best decisions I've made," said Imbach. "Manny and the other founders embody all the critical characteristics that make up a rock star team, like talent, intelligence, interest in going big, and the grit to get through the inevitable challenges of running a start-up. I'm continually impressed with the team's aggressive push towards excellence and ability to respond to road bumps faster and more honestly than is often seen at this stage of a company." Millen joins Outreach after more than five years as T-Mobile's vice president of business sales, where he led national sales teams and strategy for the business division. Previously, Millen was vice president of sales for Anthony "Tony" Robbins Companies, responsible for driving sales and owning the entire customer experience. Earlier, at Gateway Computers, Millen grew the small and medium business division as vice president and general manager. As senior vice president of revenue and operations at Outreach, Millen will maximize company growth, revenue and profits by scaling customer-facing teams and sales operations, and partner with marketing.