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Ataccama names Martin Zahumensky Chief Growth Officer

Ataccama names Martin Zahumensky Chief Growth Officer, Ataccama

Poised for growth, leading provider of self-driving data management and governance solutions Ataccama names Martin Zahumensky Chief Growth Officer.

In the cross-functional role, Zahumensky will introduce, coordinate, and execute various initiatives to drive company growth. This will include aligning efforts in marketing, sales, partnership, and product areas. Ataccama knows Zahumensky well; after spending two years as Delivery Center director in the early 2010s, he signed back on as VP of Product Strategy in April 2020, and has been with the company since.

"There are very few people who can offer both deep technical understanding and rock solid business sense and expertise,” said Ataccama CEO Michal Klaus. “Martin is one of them, and I am thrilled that he will be leading and accelerating the growth of Ataccama.” He added, “We’re set to grow significantly in 2021 — in terms of revenue, new customers, and the company itself. We have ambitious hiring targets to support product development and innovation, scaling our presales and professional services capacity, and more.”

Immediately prior to re-joining with Ataccama, Zahumensky served as CEO for big data monetization firm Instarea in the Slovak Republic. Zahumensky will translate the invaluable experience he garnered over the course of his seven years in this role to Ataccama. Ataccama aims to reinvent the way data is managed, creating more value on an enterprise scale. By streamlining and safeguarding data operations, Ataccama hopes to lighten companies’ security loads, allowing them to focus on what really matters — innovation.

"I'm honored to take on this new role and be part of a company that not only has such ambitious plans to grow, but also the means to achieve it. There is an amazing pool of talent at Ataccama. Coupled with an industry-leading product and dynamic company culture, it's a recipe for success," states Zahumensky said in a press release.

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