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Gainsight Welcomes New CMO, Stephanie Robotham

Seasoned Marketing Leader to Help Lead Gainsight’s Next Phase of Growth

[San Francisco, CA – November 4, 2019] – Gainsight®, the Customer Success company, today announced the appointment of Stephanie Robotham as Gainsight’s new Chief Marketing Officer. Robotham is a seasoned go-to-market leader with experience driving success for high-growth SaaS companies, such as Cordial, Optimizely, and Salesforce. Robotham will lead Gainsight’s Demand Generation, Corporate Marketing, and Business Development teams. 

“I’m thrilled to welcome Stephanie as Gainsight’s new CMO. Her experience leading marketing organizations at top SaaS companies will be invaluable to the success of the company,” said Nick Mehta, CEO of Gainsight. “Gainsight has grown exponentially in the past couple of years, and under Stephanie’s leadership, we will be able to accelerate our growth. We have an incredible leadership team that is paving the way for an exciting future for Gainsight, our customers, and the broader customer success market.”

Stephanie Robotham has more than 25 years of experience building impactful, customer-centric teams at high-growth, entrepreneurial SaaS companies. She has led marketing teams as the CMO at Cordial Inc. and Iterable, and as the VP of Corporate Marketing at Optimizely. Before that, Robotham spent nearly 11 years at Salesforce. 

I’m thrilled to be joining Gainsight and to have the opportunity to work with this remarkable team to accelerate Gainsight’s growth as we continue to define the future of global Customer Success – Stephanie Robotham, Gainsight CMO.

About Gainsight®: Gainsight’s innovative customer-centric technology is driving the future of customer success. The company’s Customer Cloud offers a powerful set of solutions focused on customer success, product experience, revenue optimization, customer experience, and customer data, that together enable businesses to put the customer at the center of everything they do. Companies that use Gainsight grow net retention by up to 33 percent. Learn how leading companies like Adobe, Box, GE Digital and Workday use Gainsight at