Bill Robinson has been appointed to a newly created Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) role at LogMeIn. At a time when many businesses are navigating how to enable their organisations to work flexibly, Bill will be responsible for unifying the customer journey, unlocking the potential of the portfolio and helping to meet the company’s ambitious sales goals.
With more than three decades of experience in sales and channel management, Bill has a proven track record for bolstering revenue across organisations of all sizes. At LogMeIn, Bill will lead Global Sales, Customer Experience, and Business Operations, providing these teams a single point of ownership and driving the unification of the customer experience, whether sold directly by the sales team or in conjunction with LogMeIn’s channel partners.
Bill joins LogMeIn from Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) company NICE inContact (Nasdaq: NICE), where he served as Executive Vice President of Sales. During his time with inContact, Bill successfully led his teams to quadruple the company’s revenue, which included a strategic alliance with LogMeIn’s Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) product GoToConnect.
“LogMeIn has been a consistent leader in defining the future of work and providing customers around the world with best-in-class tools during this work-from-anywhere era,” said Bill Robinson, Chief Revenue Officer, LogMeIn. “These solutions will continue to be vital for the future of flexible and secure work in the evolving workplace, and I’m excited for the opportunity to join a company at the forefront of this industry.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Bill Robinson to the LogMeIn family. His unique experience with leading global sales teams and driving customer success will be extremely valuable to our organisation,” said Bill Wagner, President and Chief Executive Officer at LogMeIn. “Bill is joining LogMeIn at a pivotal time for flexible work and he will be instrumental in supporting continued growth for the company and delivering the best outcomes for our customers.”