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ClickDimensions CEO Named to Annual List of Top 50 SaaS CEOs

Mike Dickerson ranks 33 on The SaaS Report's 2018 list of industry-leading CEOs

ATLANTA, Aug. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- ClickDimensions, the leading marketing automation platform for Microsoft Dynamics 365 users around the globe, announced today that the company's CEO, Mike Dickerson, has been named one of the Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2018 by The SaaS Report, ranking 33 on the annual list.

The CEOs on this year's list were selected based on detailed reviews received by each nominee's employees and industry colleagues. CEOs were assessed across several key areas including integrity, intelligence, energy, company culture and company growth, among others. This year, The SaaS Report received nominations on behalf of nearly 400 CEOs.

Dickerson joined ClickDimensions in 2016 as CEO to help build on its legacy of success and lead the company from a startup to next-level growth. He has made tremendous strides in his tenure, helping the company scale to serve more than 3,600 customers in 61 countries and charting a vision to support more than 600 active partners as they develop new revenue streams from marketing services. These changes and others brought about an impressive 36 percent increase in revenue from 2016 to 2017.

"I am completely humbled to be recognized alongside such prominent and respected CEOs," said Dickerson. "The real honor belongs to the dedicated people and the long-time partners that have built the best team, the best culture and the best technology in the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem."

Dickerson came to ClickDimensions from PGi, a global provider of web conferencing software and collaboration technology, where he served as Executive Vice President of Strategy and Business Development. In that role, he developed partnerships with some of the biggest players in the technology industry, including Microsoft. Prior to that, he started PGi's Global Collaboration Services division, growing it from $86 million to $240 million in revenue and serving as a trusted advisor to some of the most recognized brands around the globe. Dickerson is also known for his entrepreneurial passion, having founded two startups that have since been sold and working for a venture capital firm that helped technology companies flourish.

About ClickDimensions
ClickDimensions was founded in 2010 to help Microsoft Dynamics users worldwide bridge the gap between sales and marketing for bigger business wins. The ClickDimensions marketing automation solution brings together essential marketing tools like email marketing, campaign automation, web intelligence, surveys, web forms and landing pages, social marketing and more to help organizations attract more leads, close more sales and more effectively engage customers – all from directly within Microsoft Dynamics 365. For more information, visit http://www.clickdimensions.com, follow @ClickDimensions on Twitter or email [email protected].

 

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