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Veruna, developer of an agency management system (AMS) built on the Salesforce platform, has announced that Sheri Raznick has joined the company as Veruna’s Head of Implementation.
Raznick brings decades of experience in B2B SaaS implementation best practices, team building, growth management, and strong leadership to the company. In her new role, she will lead Veruna’s software implementation team and provide strategic leadership as the company continues its transition from start-up mode to full-service enterprise mode.
“The expectations around speed of implementation, accuracy, and effectiveness of software have changed dramatically in the last five years,” comments Raznick. “Today, it’s not just about the quality of your product. Implementation is now a make-or-break skill for software companies like Veruna, and I look forward to helping the company achieve a significant competitive edge based on strength in this area.”
Prior to joining Veruna, Raznick was VP of global delivery for Revionics Inc., a provider of lifecycle price optimization software for retailers, where she provided thought leadership and enhanced the company’s ability to break down department barriers, according to a Veruna statement. Directing an internationally-based team of managers, Raznick dramatically improved services, reducing typical implementation timelines by over 30 percent and streamlining onboarding processes. She also held IT inventory/supply chain management positions with Family Dollar and West Marine Products, overseeing multi-million-dollar inventories for both companies.
“There is a great demand for innovation in the area of agency management systems,” comments Jennifer Carroll, CEO, Veruna. “The industry has set still long enough, and in order to make sure our customers have access to the best technology we can provide, we are investing in our implementation capabilities by bringing a strategic leader like Sheri on board. We look forward to the immediate and ongoing improvements our customers will see.”