RETISIO Hires New EVP/Chief Sales Officer

The Frisco-based provider of e-commerce solutions said that Jim Meehan is a veteran of the e-commerce enterprise software industry with experience at companies including Adobe, Oracle, and SAP.

Jim Meehan has joined RETISIO, a Frisco-based provider of e-commerce solutions, as its new executive vice president and chief sales officer.

“Jim is a recognized leader in e-commerce software, covering B2C, B2B and D2C. He understands customer needs as good as anyone I know, and we are delighted he chose to join our team,” founder and CEO Sudhanshu Mohan said in a statement. “These are exciting times at RETISIO, and Jim will serve a pivotal role in our growth.”

The company said that Meehan is a veteran of the e-commerce enterprise software industry with experience at companies including Adobe, Oracle, and SAP. He joins RETISIO after serving as a sales leader for Mirakl and Amplience during their early growth stages.

Joining a company ‘with tremendous flexibility and scalability’

“RETISIO reactive e-commerce provides state-of-the-art capabilities, with tremendous flexibility and scalability. It represents the strongest alternative platform for companies moving away from legacy systems of the past,” Meehan said in a statement. “I’m thrilled to join the team. The vision and experience of the co-founders and management team are evident in the solutions we can offer customers.”

RETISIO said that Meehan joins the company as it continues to see strong demand for its e-commerce suite, which offers a platform designed for retail and commerce businesses.

The company said that as businesses are innovating their customer models, RETISIO’s unique platform capabilities address complex commerce operating models, such as integrated, multi-vendor e-commerce marketplaces which deliver unified and seamless shopping experiences.

RETISIO said its solutions empower modern retailers and brands to sell more online and reduce risk. The company said its platform’s advanced technology leverages RETISIO’s powerful reactive and composable commerce capabilities.

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