Shippeo, a global leader in real-time multimodal transportation visibility, has announced the appointment of Philippe Van Hove as Chief Revenue Officer to scale Shippeo’s worldwide operations.

As a senior executive and SaaS veteran, Philippe Van Hove will support Shippeo’s ongoing period of hyper-growth to reach ambitious goals set by the Board. He will oversee the global expansion of Shippeo in Europe, the US and the APAC region.

Philippe brings 25 years of experience in scaling fast-growing, international SaaS organizations, managing multi-country sales operations, marketing, lead generation, human resources, and finance. He started his career at PTC and later held various senior European positions in software companies such as Bladelogic, BMC Software, Workday, Zuora and, more recently, Lacework.

Lucien Besse, Shippeo’s Chief Operating Officer and co-founder, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Philippe to the Shippeo team. As Chief Revenue Officer, he will have responsibility for Shippeo’s global pan-European sales operations, playing a key role in the company’s development and continued success. His in-depth knowledge and experience within the SaaS market are invaluable, and he will no doubt be a great asset within our leadership team.”

With over 150 enterprise-level customers, including global brands like Coca-Cola HBC, Faurecia, Renault, AkzoNobel, and Total, Shippeo offers a best-in-market ETA prediction in terms of accuracy and reliability, as well as a highly granular degree of multimodal tracking, right down to handling unit and goods levels across all transport modes, including ocean, road, rail, and air. Shippeo’s ambition is to be the leading supply chain operating system, enabling fully automated and sustainable supply chains across the world. Having launched in the North American market earlier this year, Shippeo’s expansion is maintaining momentum through a recently announced partnership with E2open Parent Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ETWO), the connected supply chain SaaS platform with the largest multi-enterprise network.

Source: Hellenic Shipping News