ClearDATA Appoints New CMO and CRO
ClearDATA announced that it has appointed Michael Donohue as Chief Marketing Officer and Dean Fredenburgh as Chief Revenue Officer. The company said the new appointments will help it further scale its position in the market and also better contend with the large and enterprise market segments. The addition of the new C-suite executives is also reflective of ClearDATA’s pace in healthcare innovation and delivering high-impact business outcomes for clients. The announcements follow a recent round of funding, where ClearDATA raised $26 million.
Darin Brannan, Chief Executive Officer, ClearDATA, said, “Dean and Michael will play a pivotal role as we increase our presence in the enterprise market where we are working to modernize and protect health IT environments. Their combined experience in healthcare, cloud innovation and emerging technologies will have an immediate positive impact on both our customers and our future customers. We are thrilled to welcome them to the ClearDATA family.”
Michael Donohue, a Senior Executive, holds more than 25 years of experience in driving revenue growth, marketing strategy, brand equity, and customer acquisition and engagement for some of the biggest brands in the world, including Allscripts, MedAsset/Vizient, J&J, Alere, Dun & Bradstreet, SAP, and P&G. Prior to joining ClearDATA, he served as the CEO of Axial Exchange, which is a high growth startup that delivers a secure, private, HIPAA-compliant mobile platform for payers as well as providers.
On the other hand, Dean Fredenburgh most recently was at the helm of the Healthcare and Life Sciences sales group at Amazon Web Services (AWS) where he was in charge of developing the global enterprise sales team. His sales and executive experience includes leading a 450-person unit at ClearDATA; developing new business units and high-growth sales teams, fostering leaders, streamlining territory and organization structures, establishing go-to-market tactics and strategies, and building substantial market share.