Cision, an industry-leading earned media management and media advisory platform, announced it had appointed software executive Tim Moylan as Chief Revenue Officer. Moylan is stepping into this newly created role as Cision accelerates its global growth strategies.
“Tim has an impressive track record of leading high-performing teams and driving sustainable growth across global regions,” said Abel Clark, CEO of Cision. “His background in leading-edge communications technologies and customer-driven partnerships in the industry will advance and expand our commercial opportunities.”
Moylan has spent the last 25 years in the software and technology services sector, leading go-to-market operations for major brands in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. As Chief Revenue Officer of Cision, he will work closely with customers worldwide to further its innovation and growth agenda.
Moylan joins Cision from C3.ai, a top enterprise AI software provider, where he built key expansion strategies as the General Manager of Asia Pacific. Before this, Moylan served as the President of Americas for Micro Focus, a $4.7bn software business. He drove impressive growth and successfully led teams through a pivotal merger with HP Enterprise (HPE) Software. Moylan has also held several leadership roles at technology giants such as SAP and Oracle.