Metalogix Chief Marketing Officer, Mike Lees, Named to 2016's Trending 40 List of DC's Top
Honorees Chosen for Inspiring Vision, Ability to Execute and Measurable Results
Washington, D.C, March 22, 2016 - Metalogix, the premier provider of unified software to migrate, manage and secure content across enterprise collaboration platforms, today announced that its Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Michael Lees, has been named to 2016's Trending 40 listing of DC's top Chief Marketing Officers. Trending 40 is an events program that recognizes and celebrates the top talent in Washington's technology, legal, association and corporate communities. Nominations are open to all and honorees are chosen based on the demonstration of exceptional performance in their field.
"The Washington region is home to some of the most exciting and fastest-growing companies in the world. Helping to lead this growth are exceptional Chief Marketing Officers who are building world-class brands and highly optimized marketing platforms," said Doug Anderson, Founder, GEN Z Connect, organizers of the Trending 40 events program. "On April 20, we'll honor 40 of the most creative and exceptional CMO's in the DC area. We offer our heartfelt congratulations and admiration to Mike, together with his esteemed Trending 40 colleagues, for their inspiring vision, enviable ability to execute and remarkable measurable results."
"I am honored to have been named to 2016's Trending 40 list of DC's top CMO's," said Lees. "I have been and continue to be extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to contribute to the success of extraordinary organizations, such as Metalogix. However, the truth is that behind every great CMO is an exceptional team. And, here at Metalogix I am once again graced with an extraordinary team of marketing and PR professionals."
Mike has had something of an unusual journey to his current position. From accountant and financial analyst to entrepreneur, Mike Lees' professional journey has armed him with a unique set of skills and perspective that he brings to his role as CMO at Metalogix. Prior to joining the company, Lees served as CMO at WealthEngine where he was responsible for all elements of marketing strategy – including product marketing, demand generation, and corporate marketing, in addition to building and managing the company's inside sales organization. Prior to WealthEngine, Lees held the position of Vice President Enterprise Business Line at IntraLinks, where he was responsible for go-to-market strategy for IntraLinks' Enterprise, Platform and Emerging business lines. Previously, Lees held senior marketing management roles at Software AG and webMethods. Lees also founded and served as CEO of Cerebra, where he successfully secured multi-million dollar VC funding rounds, grew the company to a market leadership position and then led the company through an acquisition by webMethods. He also founded and served as CEO of Network Inference, where he negotiated successful transfer of technology, secured multi-million-dollar funding and again led the company to a market leadership position. Lees commenced his career in the financial world, serving as a Technology Fund Manager and Technology Analyst at CIS; as well as an Accountant at KPMG.
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Mar 22, 2016