Seasoned Education and Software Executive to Pilot Learning Leader’s Go-To-Market Strategies
Elkridge, Md. (December 17, 2014) – ANCILE Solutions, Inc., a global developer of learning and performance software solutions used by more than half of the Fortune 100, today announced the appointment of Greg Sybersma as its Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. A veteran in the education and software industries, Sybersma will lead ANCILE’s marketing, sales, and professional services teams.
Sybersma, formerly of Socrates Connected, LLC and Blackboard Inc., brings to ANCILE comprehensive knowledge and a deep understanding of learning software, as well as the strategic vision to continue fueling the company’s growth.
“We are thrilled to have Greg on board at ANCILE, as we approach our 5-year anniversary and continue to grow our business exponentially,” said CEO Frank Lonergan. “Greg’s extensive knowledge in the learning space makes him an invaluable leader for our marketing, sales, and services teams. His deep industry experience will help us shape strategic alliances and identify key targets as we move into new markets, and as we continue to concentrate on compliance and adoption solutions for businesses focused on increasing employee productivity and proficiency.”
Sybersma has more than 15 years of leadership experience in building and selling platforms from the ground up. He was the Vice President of International Sales at Blackboard Inc., where he expanded the learning tool’s client base to over 60 countries and secured one of the company’s largest customers. Sybersma has also held executive positions at Deltek, Inc. and BearingPoint Consulting Inc.
“I’m excited to be a part of the ANCILE team,” says Sybersma. “I believe the ANCILE product suite offers a complete performance support solution for companies. By combining our performance support system with our validated communications solution, customers and partners will have a complete solution to drive employee productivity and process compliance, as well as accelerate user adoption and proficiency.”
Sybersma received an Engineering degree from the University of Waterloo and a Master of Business Administration from the Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario.