Nearmap's aerial mapping product offerings disrupted the aerial imaging market, but to accelerate its progress from start-up to the beginnings of a true global player, it used Zuora's subscription service to map a new course to provide "reality as a service" on an ever widening scale, as you'll discover in this email interview below.
Australian-listed aerial imagery company Nearmap (ASX:NEA) has appointed company non-executive director Sue Klose as interim Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for a period of up to six-months while it looks for a permanent replacement in the role.
Aerial imagery company Nearmap has announced two senior appointments with Shane Preston joining the company as vice-president of sales and Silvia Arrigoni appointed as vice-president of marketing.
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