Skan expands executive team with process intelligence pioneers, startup leaders from UiPath, Microsoft, Acquia

When we announced our $14M Series A Investment round last October, one of Skan’s top priorities was to expand our leadership team.

Today, I am excited to announce the addition of several new members of Skan’s executive team to help us execute on our bold growth goals:

  • Christian Berg joins as VP of Product
  • Sean Crowley joins as VP of Sales
  • Erik Goelz joins as VP of Marketing

These leaders bring not only extensive subject matter expertise in process intelligence, AI, and digital transformation, but also proven track records of growing startups, from Series A to billion dollar plus valuations.

Please join me in welcoming Christian, Sean, and Erik to the team!

(And by the way, each of these leaders are hiring on their team across product, marketing, and sales. If you or someone you know is interested in joining a fast growing, ambitious startup please let us know!)

Christian Berg, Vice President of Product
Christian PictureChristian Berg joins Skan as Vice President of Product. As a pioneer in the process intelligence space, Christian previously envisioned and led the Process Understanding product line at UiPath. Prior to that, Christian worked at Microsoft where he conceptualized and implemented key AI capabilities for Microsoft’s Power BI product and also spent several years in management consulting, business controlling and software development.

Christian holds a Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology from University of Sydney, and a Master of Business and Administration from London Business School.

Sean Crowley, Vice President of Sales
Sean PictureSean Crowley joins Skan as Vice President of Sales, bringing experience building and scaling sales teams and operations at startups, from early stage to exit.

Sean previously spent 11 years at Acquia, a digital experience platform company, where he was a senior sales leader and key contributor in growing the company’s revenues from early stage to hundreds of millions in revenue per year.

Sean brings significant expertise in digital transformation, sales leadership and enterprise go-to-market strategy, and is a former PGA Professional earning national recognition by Golf World Business magazine.

Erik Goelz, Vice President of Marketing
Erik PictureErik joins Skan as the Vice President of Marketing, bringing a track record of marketing leadership experience across early and growth stage startups.

Erik was previously the VP of Marketing at SeekOut, an early stage AI and recruiting tech startup. Prior to that Erik led marketing for the AI products group at UiPath, where he created the company's AI messaging and was responsible for messaging, positioning and launch for multiple product lines.

Earlier in his career, Erik worked in management consulting and enterprise tech marketing, including building the SaaS go-to-market strategy for a major segment of Office 365 at Microsoft.

Erik earned his MBA from Carnegie Mellon University.

About Skan:

Skan's Operational Intelligence Platform provides cognitive process discovery and real-time process insights that the world's leading financial services, healthcare, and media organizations need to understand, map, and plan their digital transformation and automation efforts. Combining state of the art Process Data Science and Computer Vision, Skan synthesizes the digital traces of all human and screen interactions to uncover how work and processes such as underwriting, sales, customer onboarding, servicing, claims, invoicing, and fulfillment get done in an organization. Skan's vision is to be the foundation for operational intelligence and the fabric of the future of work. Skan's headquarters are in San Jose, CA. To learn more, please

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