NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The SaaS Report (“TSR”) is pleased to announce The Top Women Leaders in SaaS of 2018. Today, more than ever, it is important that we recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of women in SaaS, software and the broader technology field. By shining a light on these leaders we can help inspire and encourage today’s younger generation of women to aim high and achieve.
Our awards list is comprised of women who were selected based on the detailed nomination submissions we received from each leader’s respective company and industry colleagues. TSR received over 3,500 nominations on behalf of hundreds of women leaders. Leadership was assessed across a number of key areas including integrity, intelligence, drive, company culture, and company growth, among other areas.
Topping this year’s list are Raja Hammoud, Senior Vice President of Coupa Software and Julie Cullivan, Senior Vice President of ForeScout Technologies. Both have over two decades of experience in leadership positions with notable large enterprise software organizations. Also at the top is Amy Chang who leads Cisco’s multi-billion dollar Collaboration Technology Group. She joined Cisco by way of its acquisition of her company, Accompany, in early 2018.
A few highly accomplished CEOs gracing the list deserve mention; they include Danielle Royston, CEO of Optiva, Priya Iyer, Chairman and CEO of Vee24, and Sandi Lin, CEO of Skilljar. Many other notable women earned a spot on this year’s list, which can be accessed at Top Women Leaders in SaaS of 2018.
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