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We’re excited to introduce Brian Bell, our Chief Revenue Officer

August 03, 2015

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Brian Bell

Please help us welcome Brian Bell to the SportsEngine family. Brian is our new Chief Revenue Officer and will lead our entire sales organization, account management, and customer support teams, reporting directly to CEO Justin Kaufenberg.

Most recently, Brian was President/COO at Code42, a very successful SaaS start-up in the Twin Cities. Prior to Code42, Brian built and lead the sales team at Compellent which IPO'ed and was purchased by Dell for $960 Million. Brian started his career in the US Air Force where he was an F-16 pilot.

“Brian has an absolutely incredible track record at leading, mentoring, and growing SaaS sales organizations. To have him join SportsEngine as we are entering an explosive growth phase is beyond exciting” said Justin Kaufenberg, co-founder and chief executive officer at SportsEngine. “Knowing Brian for multiple years, and watching the meteoric growth he has driven in his past roles, I knew he would be the perfect fit.”

“I am delighted to be part of the SportsEngine team. I am excited to help grow a company in this multibillion dollar market, and to back a product I am passionate about. Youth sports have played an important role within my family, and I’ve seen them cultivate strong characteristics of self-discipline, respect, and teamwork” added Bell. “I look forward to working with technology that enhances the youth sports experience, and directs more focus to the development of the athlete.”