Salesforce Executive Craig Tate Joins iSqFt

Former Salesforce Executive Craig Tate Joins iSqFt

CINCINNATI, August 14, 2015 – iSqFt, a leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) company in the commercial construction industry, announced the addition of Craig Tate to its executive leadership team. Tate, a former Salesforce.com executive, joins iSqFt as Chief Revenue Officer and will oversee all customer-facing functions, including sales, marketing, customer success management and customer support.

iSqFt Chief Revenue Officer Craig Tate

New iSqFt Chief Revenue Officer Craig Tate

iSqFt CEO Dave Conway said, “With 32 years in the software industry and proven leadership over sales organizations, Craig brings both the expertise and the fresh perspective we need as we continue to grow while keeping optimization of the customer experience as our ultimate goal.”

Before joining iSqFt, Tate was a senior vice president at Salesforce.com, where he led a national team selling software as a service (SaaS). Previously, he spent more than 17 years at Oracle in various regional, national and global sales leadership positions.

“iSqFt has just seen a period of rapid expansion, and is continuing to grow at a fast pace,” said Tate. “I’m eager to use my experience to help guide that growth and the company’s evolving go-to-market strategies.”

Before his tenures at Salesforce.com and Oracle, Tate worked at Sun Microsystems and NCR Corporation, where he began his career. He has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Penn State University.


About iSqFt

Cincinnati-based iSqFt is a leading software-as-a-service company, serving the commercial construction industry by offering its customers access to a network that connects hundreds of thousands of general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers and suppliers. iSqFt helps its customers thrive by offering the information and tools they need to work more efficiently and profitably. For more information about iSqFt and its applications.

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