McNaught to head enterprise sales within key verticals
GMC Software Technology (GMC), the award-winning leader in Customer Communications Management (CCM) today announced Clay McNaught is promoted to vice president of sales, responsible for growth in the financial services, insurance and healthcare industries in North America, a key region for adoption of the company’s GMC Inspire. With an impressive history of experience in document management, customer communication management and business intelligence, McNaught continues to bring to GMC and its customers extensive knowledge and expertise in virtually every area of software. McNaught now reports to Steve Francis, president and general manager of GMC, North America.
Prior to joining GMC, McNaught served as sales director for Thunderhead.com, where he provided enterprise on-premise and SaaS solutions for multichannel communications and document automation solutions for the financial services, insurance and retail industries. Before that, McNaught was with California-based Kofax in the position of sales director for the southern United States. There he managed sales teams responsible for enterprise application software automating business processes and financial systems.
“Clay has rapidly earned the respect of all of us at GMC,” said Steve Francis, president and general manager of GMC, North America. “His background is perfect for meeting the diverse needs of customers in these sectors and we look forward to the contributions he will make for the growth of the company going forward.”
“I am very excited to be leading a talented team of individuals with a common focus on the enterprise market,” said McNaught. “For me personally, this is a great opportunity to support GMC as it continues to be the leader in CCM. The market opportunity is great given that many organizations are focused on delivering superior customer experience through expansion of their digital strategies, a very strong focus for GMC.”
McNaught holds a BBA in finance from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.