HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Check-6 International, the leader in impacting performance on the front line to improve the bottom line, today announced that it has hired enterprise sales and marketing veteran James Weynand as its Chief Revenue Officer. Weynand was most recently the executive vice president of the Global Technology Sector at Ceva Logistics, and also held executive sales roles at Unisys, Hewlett-Packard and IBM. In his new role, Weynand will oversee the marketing and sales departments, developing the go-to-market plan and growth strategy.
“Jim has tremendous experience in developing performance-based sales teams and has extremely strong relationships in the vertical industries we’ve targeted," said Laura Owen, CEO of Check-6. "He understands the fundamental changes to sales and marketing in a more connected online world and is ready to drive success for us as our company grows and evolves.”
“Proficiency is discussed in the boardrooms of corporate America now more than ever before. Check-6’s solutions are revolutionizing how companies thrive by significantly reducing human error,” said James Weynand, CRO of Check-6. “Check-6’s holistic Performance Excellence program continues its proven track record in the oil and gas industry, and now the company is gearing up to bring that unique capability to manufacturing, supply chain and construction industries. I am excited to scale this world-class business into new and existing markets and work with such an exceptional team to help enterprises reach their full potential.”
Hired as EVP of Global Technology at Ceva Logistics, Weynand’s team worked to rebuild client relationships with top, Fortune 100 accounts, dramatically increasing client retention. The team effort drove $300 million in new business targets annually, representing nearly a quarter of the $8.5 billion company’s annual revenues.
At Unisys, he orchestrated reorganization and turnaround of Unisys’ North American Commercial sales and operations, driving revenue to $2 billion, reversing five years of stagnant sales and declining profits.
At Hewlett-Packard, he directed a $5 billion, 800-employee business unit responsible for driving growth of personal and enterprise systems and professional services among Federal, State and local government and education entities.
Weynand holds a bachelor’s of business administration degree from the University of North Texas. He is based at Check-6 operations headquarters in Houston.
Social/Photo Caption: James Weynand joins Check-6 as Chief Revenue Officer, bringing nearly three decades of enterprise sales experience.
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Check-6 delivers tailored solutions to high hazard, high consequence industries (oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, transportation and construction) to improve efficiency and safety. Check-6 has taken the best practices and lessons learned from military and commercial aviation, and developed a suite of products and services for the private sector - that impact performance on the front line, to improve the bottom line. www.checksix.com.