FanThreeSixty expands executive team, announces new Chief Sales Officer - 3 May 2016

Dedicated global sales focus designed to fuel company growth and expansion

FanThreeSixty announces that sales veteran Dennis Cunningham will join the company as Chief Sales Officer, effective May 3, 2016.

As a member of FanThreeSixty’s executive team, Cunningham will be responsible for all global sales and business development strategies, and building the company’s sales team. This new position is designed to further drive FanThreeSixty’s market expansion in a rapidly evolving sports business landscape.

Cunningham joins FanThreeSixty from Lexmark Enterprise Software where he served as Vice President of Sales.

“Dennis is a proven sales leader who has deep experience scaling rapid growth technology companies,” said Robb Heineman, partner and CEO of FanThreeSixty. “His highly regarded success in building relationships, vision, culture and infrastructure will be a major asset for us as we focus on the next stage of growth.”

Cunningham has more than 20 years of experience in technology sales. He spent the past 12 years at Lexmark, formerly Perceptive Software, with roles that included sales strategy for its $90 million Global Public Sector Business, and designing the current global reseller and partner ecosystem. As a member of the leadership team, Cunningham also worked on acquisition strategies, business unit integrations, company vision, and high growth software assets. Since joining Perceptive Software as its first sales manager in 2003, he has played a key role evolving the company into a multi-billion dollar enterprise software leader.

“I’m excited to begin my new role at FanThreeSixty, a company I feel has developed truly unique and disruptive technology for sports and entertainment markets,” said Cunningham. “They’ve invested heavily in their solution for customers as well as company structure. I’m looking forward to building on FanThreeSixty’s early success and scale the business to meet the needs of sports teams and venues around the world.”

Article published on on 3 May 2016