Process Excellence Firm Celonis Finds New Co-owner and CRO in Ex-Salesforce President, Miguel Milano
A leader in the field of AI-powered Process Mining and Process Excellence software, Celonis recently revealed that Miguel Milano will join the firm as its Co-Owner and CRO (Chief Revenue Officer) on the 1st of April, 2020. Milano has experience leading Salesforce’s global business across APAC, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. For the past eight years, he served in the capacity of the President at Salesforce Europe, Middle East and Africa to make it the fastest-growing region.
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Miguel has over 28 years of experience in delivering customer success and building high-performance teams. He was a major contributor to Salesforce becoming the most fastest-growing software business and the most sought-after CRM solutions firm on a global level. Prior to joining Salesforce, he served at Oracle as its Senior Vice President where he led the company through an excellent growth curve.
Celonis is a hyper-growth company that witnessed its revenue growth by over 130% in the last year. As the co-owner and a senior executive, Miguel will lead sales, solution engineering, customer success, delivery and demand generation, in addition to the partner organization. He would also be responsible for conveying value for customers globally across the entire customer lifecycle.
Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Celonis, Alexander Rinke noted that Milano was an outstanding leader with an extraordinary history of building tough teams capable of delivering value for customers. “We are honored that he chose Celonis as his next endeavor and that he is investing in the company as an owner. He shares our values and ambition to delight our customers and make a positive impact on our stakeholders. We are thrilled to have him on board,” Rinke added.
Miguel said: “I look forward to driving exponential growth at Celonis, focused on supporting customers become more efficient and sustainable in its operations and supply chains, and more customer-centric in its front-end processes.”