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Unanet Makes ERP Market Push With Six New Appointments

Jeff Brody

Unanet, a provider of software as a service project-based enterprise resource planning platforms, has named six new executives as it works to expand its portfolio of products and presence in the project ERP market.

The company said Tuesday the appointments build on growth strategies in 2019, including the purchase of Clearview Software, JMI Equity’s investment and new leadership under CEO Craig Halliday.

Jeff Davison, formerly chief operating officer of CentralSquare Technologies, has been appointed chief customer officer of Unanet. He previously served as vice president of global services at Ellucian.

Assad Jarrahian, a product management and development professional, has been named chief product officer. He previously held executive roles at companies such as Intelex Technologies, Synchronoss Technologies, Pearson and EMS Software.

Gene Gainey, a sales leader, has joined Unanet as senior VP of sales. He previously worked at companies, including Cornerstone OnDemand, Globoforce, Reward Gateway and HealthcareSource.

Carrie Mahon, a marketing professional, serves as Unanet’s chief marketing officer. She has held executive marketing roles at Comcast Business, EMS Software, IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Windstream Enterprise.

Unanet also announced the addition of Matt Pantana and Steve McTavish to its leadership team following its acquisition of Clearview. Pantana is a co-founder and former SVP of product at Clearview. McTavish previously served as Clearview’s SVP of sales.

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