Abilene-Based PakEnergy Opens DFW Office in Frisco’s Hall Park

PakEnergy, a provider of cloud-based software solutions for the oil and gas industry, also announced it has appointed three strategic hires to its leadership team.

Abilene-based PakEnergy has opened a new Dallas-Fort Worth regional office in Frisco’s Hall Park development.

The new office will foster additional collaboration with Texas-based customers and team members and offers a modern, progressive working environment to foster collaboration and innovation, the company said.

PakEnergy—a provider of cloud-based software solutions for the oil and gas industry—also announced it has appointed three strategic hires to its leadership team.

The new leadership team members are Bryce Bucknell as chief revenue officer; Mandar Sathe, SVP of professional services & customer success; and Mark Pendleton, VP of marketing.

“We’re ushering in an exciting new era at PakEnergy with the addition of these incredible leaders to our team,” CEO Santosh Nanda said in a statement. “Bryce, Mandar, and Mark are seasoned executives with proven track records of effectively scaling organizations through rapid growth. They will spearhead our efforts to deliver unparalleled customer experience, drive additional product innovation, sharpen our go-to-market strategies, and accelerate the adoption of our game-changing software solutions.”

Bucknell joined the company earlier this year as chief revenue officer and is known for driving double-digit revenue and EBITDA growth, PakEnergy said.

Sathe brings over 25 years of experience energizing and scaling results-oriented teams, the company said. A customer-focused and metric-driven leader, Sathe will optimize and standardize processes to ensure a superior customer experience throughout the account lifecycle.

Pendleton has over 20 years of experience delivering successful marketing and demand-generation programs for business-to-business software and technology companies. He recently served as vice president of marketing at Trintech, a cloud-based, financial services software company, where he led global growth marketing and helped the company triple its revenue.

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