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The Org Elevates Daniel Ollgaard to VP of Revenue

The Org Elevates Daniel Ollgaard to VP of Revenue, The Org

After a year of hard work, Daniel Ollgaard has been promoted to serve as The Org’s first-ever VP of Revenue.

In his new role, Daniel will be responsible for exploring additional revenue-generating solutions that support The Org's mission to make organizations more transparent. he will continue to lead the Scout team to achieve their full potential.

“I’m really excited to be stepping into a role which will allow myself and my team to both build out Scout and to start exploring all these other opportunities,” Daniel commented. “As the platform for the future of work, The Org has huge potential to create highly valuable commercial products across industry verticals.”

Since joining the company in April 2020, Daniel has played a key role in establishing our first revenue-generating product Scout. Under Daniel’s management, the Scout team has continued to not only reach and exceed their own sales targets but also support The Org’s growth as a whole.

His ability to attract, retain, and motivate great talent has and will continue to set him and the Scout team up for success when it comes to product innovation, execution, and scaling.

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