Meagen Eisenberg, former DocuSign exec, joins MongoDB as CMO
Database technology company MongoDB has appointed Meagen Eisenberg as chief marketing officer.
In her new role, she will drive marketing strategies that will further help IT and marketing leaders to build better web, mobile, and cloud applications.
Eisenberg said in a statement that organizations today must redefine how they go to market in order to meet customer expectations and deliver stand-out user experiences.
"And increasingly, the CMO is joining the CIO in designing and building the modern apps that help enable this transformation,” she said.
She added: “My focus is on helping these key decision makers identify and solve for pain points in their own value proposition and in how they engage directly with their customer, where we can offer disruptive yet elegant and seamless solutions.”
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Most recently, Eisenberg served as VP of customer acquisition and marketing at DocuSign, a San Francisco-based electronic signature technology and digital transaction management firm.
She has also worked at ArcSight (an HP company), TRIRIGA (acquired by IBM), and Postini (acquired by Google).
MongoDB receives more than 9 million downloads of its open-source database, with 2,000 customers, 740 partners, and 250,000 MongoDB University students.