IRVINE, CA – May 23, 2016 – Evisions, Inc., a leading provider of software solutions for higher education and research administration, announced today that Shirley Gonzalez joined the company as vice president of sales. As organizations in the space are increasingly faced with the dual challenges of increased efficiency and absolute accuracy, there is a real opportunity for Evisions to grow the company by equipping these organizations with both the software and the support required to succeed. With the addition of Gonzalez, Evisions will continue to drive U.S. and international market penetration.
“Shirley brings more than 25 years of strategic sales leadership experience leveraging technology to address customer needs, including more than 22 years in higher education,” said Matt McLellan, president of Evisions. “Her passion for helping customers and experience in higher education are a valuable blend that will help us achieve sustained, long-term growth.”
Prior to joining Evisions, Gonzalez served as regional vice president of sales at Blackboard, Inc., where she was responsible for direct sales acquisitions and account retention in the higher education market for the western two thirds of the U.S. Prior to Blackboard, she directed significant and consistent sales growth leading teams at several notable companies, including Diebold, Motorola and Comdata.
“Evisions is poised for continued U.S. and international expansion with powerful solutions for higher education and a growing customer base in research administration,” explained Gonzalez. “My immediate priority is to cultivate a progressive sales environment with a solid team focused on incomparable customer success.”
About Evisions, Inc.:
Evisions is a leading provider of innovative, easy-to-use software solutions that automate business processes for higher education and research administration professionals. Supported by world-class customer support and a commitment to a superior user experience, Evisions products simplify and streamline workflows, eliminate manual and redundant processes, and increase productivity through greater efficiency. Learn more or join the conversations at www.evisions.com/higher-education, www.evisions.com/research, @EvisionsInc and blog.evisions.com.
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