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All good in the hood for recruiting Good

12 Apr 13

Good Technology has announced three key appointments within the company, designed to strengthen the executive bench of the business.

Recruiting Lynn Lucas as chief marketing officer (CMO), Dan Stoks as chief revenue officer (CRO), and Cheryln Chin as senior vice president of operations, the company brings 60 years of experience to the firm.

All reporting to president and CEO Christy Wyatt, the recruitments come from Cisco, HP and Motorola.

"Good is driving a new secure mobility platform designed for a world dominated by innovative new devices, cloud, and collaborative workflows,” Wyatt says.

“These additions to the executive team build on deep enterprise software and mobility expertise at Good.

"We remain focused on the success of our customers and are ready to support their aggressive plans for secure mobility with a relentless focus on innovation, execution, and global scale.”

Lynn Lucas - CMO:

Lucas has extensive experience in working with leading technology organisations, having served most recently as vice president for Global Collaboration Marketing at Cisco Systems, with previous roles at Proxim and HP.

In that role, Lucas was responsible for driving overall marketing strategy for the company’s $5 billion collaboration business.

Dan Stoks - CRO:

Stoks has more than 25 years of experience building, developing, and directing global sales and consulting organisations for enterprise cloud, mobility, security, and big data solutions.

Most recently, he served as vice president and GM for HP Software before roles at Oracle and Adexa.

Cheryln Chin - Operations senior vice president:

Chin joins with over 20 years of business development, sales and operations experience in global enterprise and mobility.

Most recently, Ms. Chin held senior leadership roles at Motorola where she was Corporate vice president of Product Management for the company’s Android-based smartphone portfolio.

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