ATLANTA, February 12, 2007 - The Board of Directors of email service provider Silverpop has recognized two members of the company's management team with promotions. Jim McCormick has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Jeff Newlin has been named senior vice president, global sales and client services.
"The board made it clear that these promotions reflect their admiration of the contributions Jim and Jeff have made to the consistently solid growth and successes Silverpop has experienced over the last several years," said Silverpop CEO Bill Nussey.
Silverpop is the only company that has consistently appeared as one of the top five enterprise-oriented ESPs in JupiterResearch's annual Buyer's Guide each of the last four years. The analyst firm's top ranking is underscored by the privately-held company's impressive financial growth. From 2002 through 2006, Silverpop's revenues grew a remarkable 2556 percent, equating to a 225 percent compound annual growth rate for the period.
McCormick, who has served as Silverpop's CFO since 2000, brings more than 20 years of financial, accounting, merger, operations and risk management experience to Silverpop. Newlin, who joined the company in 2001 as vice president of client solutions, has extensive experience in technology sales and marketing. Both have made substantial contributions to Silverpop's impressive growth and stability.
Silverpop is a leading provider of permission-based email marketing solutions, strategy and services, with offices throughout the United States and in the United Kingdom. For the last three years in a row, Silverpop has been given one of the highest scores in its category in JupiterResearch's annual analysis of ESPs. In fact, Silverpop is the only company that has consistently appeared as one of the top five enterprise-oriented ESPs each of the last four years. Best practices and white papers are available at www.silverpop.com.