RALEIGH – Pryon, the aritifical intelligence startup in Raleigh that’s enabling smarter digital assistants and more, is gearing up for more growth in the wake of a $12 million fundraiser in September.
The company on Wednesday named a chief revenue officer as well as the addition of several executives to its board of directors.
The new CRO is Chris Mahl, who has worked previously at Salesforce, Informatica and Oracle.
New board members include:
- Kirsten Wolberg, former executive with DocuSign, PayPal and Salesforce
- Michelle Ritter, CEO of Steel Perlot, a management company
- and CRO Mahl.
“Since the moment I met the team, I have been incredibly impressed and sense the same level of energy, quality and vision I witnessed in my time at Salesforce and other successful companies in hyper growth. Our sole purpose at Pryon is to transform enterprise content into a cohesive asset that drives business value,” Mahl said in a statement.