London, October 12, 2022. Jennifer Ley has joined XTM International as new Chief Revenue Officer. Ley is based in the Greater Chicago Area (United States) and joins XTM’s growing number of US-based team members. She reports directly to CEO Bob Willans.
As CRO, Ley will lead the Sales department and will be leveraging her customer-first mentality to “explore how XTM can be an even better partner, reduce any pain points, and increase visibility and transparency with customers to further enhance their overall experience.”
Ley was most recently a General Manager for US marketing-software solution company Syndigo, responsible for the overall profitability of the largest product line within their portfolio.
As more companies have a global presence and are entering new markets, Ley sees this as “a significant market opportunity for localization technology.”
She said: “With XTM providing a vendor-neutral workflow automation solution, we are a perfect match for companies looking to reach people in their native languages more quickly and efficiently, so to be part of this growing industry is a very exciting prospect.”
You can read the full interview with Jennifer on XTM’s website.
About XTM International
XTM International develops and sells XTM Cloud, an enterprise SaaS translation management system with an integrated computer-aided translation tool. Their mission is to help enterprises reach global markets more efficiently via an industry-leading platform to automate and manage all aspects of the localization process. AI delivers advanced automation, with a well-developed REST API and out-of-the-box connectors for the most common content management systems and machine translation systems. The flexible automated workflow streamlines complex localization processes and supply chains while providing project managers with a real-time view of project status. XTM Cloud is scalable, flexible, and agile, with industry open standards at its core, and XTM International customers include many of the world’s leading enterprises and LSPs. To learn more, visit the XTM International website.