Flash Names Eric Levine Chief Growth Officer

Flash Names Eric Levine Chief Growth Officer

Levine will lead marketing and enterprise sales, effective immediately.

Flash announced Eric Levine has been named the company’s chief growth officer, leading marketing and enterprise sales, effective immediately.

“Eric’s leadership and strategic vision will be instrumental in expanding Flash’s market presence and fostering strong relationships with customers and partners,” said Flash CEO, Dan Sharplin. “His enterprise experience and focus on business value is a critical addition to our leadership team.”

Levine joins Flash from Aurea Software, most recently as its chief client officer, expanding blue chip customer growth and retention at one of the world’s fastest growing privately held enterprise software companies, Flash said. His tenure at Aurea began in 2012 as chief marketing officer, leading the company’s go to market strategy across 15 global acquisitions. 

At Dell, Levine led the successful repositioning of the $12B Consumer and SMB segments, according to Flash. Prior to Dell, Levine served as Chief Marketing Officer at Trilogy, leading the company’s go to market strategy and launching its Customer Success Program. Throughout his career he has integrated marketing and sales with a passion for technology and the business value it delivers.

“I’m thrilled to be joining Flash at an exciting time in the company’s growth,” said Levine. “Flash has created the world’s largest mobility marketplace – profitably connecting supply with demand. Expanding on this position of strength with global partners and robust EV capabilities will unlock profound new value for the entire mobility ecosystem.” 

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