TaskUs Makes Strategic Executive Hire with New SVP as Growth Surges

11 May

TaskUs is in yet another year of exponential revenue growth, and amid recent announcements of significant domestic expansion, the company has named tech industry veteran, Jarrod Johnson, to Senior Vice President of Sales. Johnson has significant growth experience with some of the most well-known tech companies and consumer brands in the world.

“Jarrod is a tremendous asset. He brings twenty years of experience growing businesses in the technology and services sectors and a deep understanding of our space,” noted CEO Bryce Maddock. “Jarrod will be instrumental in our growth strategy both domestically and internationally.”

Johnson is a veteran of IBM and Xerox (after its acquisition of Dallas-based ACS). Most recently, he worked with FacilitySource, a SaaS platform and Real Estate Outsourcing leader backed by Warburg Pincus, where he was the SVP of Sales, Marketing, and Client Development. At Xerox, Johnson was Group President of Retail and Consumer Brand IT services globally and held multiple sales leadership positions. Over his 10 years at IBM, Johnson was involved in digital consulting, sales, and sales operations responsible for a $4.5B sales territory. In this position Johnson helped retail, consumer products, and travel/transportation clients in the US build and manage leading digital solutions to drive revenue growth. Johnson earned his Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.

Johnson lives in Dallas, Texas where TaskUs has opened a sales office. The company’s first domestic outsourcing site opened last year in San Antonio and last month the company announced plans for expansion of the site and the creation of 500 new jobs. Johnson stated, “TaskUs provides an unmatched opportunity for me to continue to support the leading and disrupting companies in the digital economy. Our commitment to scaling our operating platform globally allows us to serve our clients with even more solutions, across even more markets.”

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