Feb 19, 2018
Nuxeo, maker of the leading, cloud-native content services platform, is reinventing enterprise content and digital asset management. The company is fundamentally changing how people work with both data and content to realize new value from digital information.
Its cloud-native, hyper-scalable content services platform has been deployed by large enterprises, mid-sized businesses and government agencies worldwide. Customers like Verizon, Boeing, Electronic Arts, and the US Department of Defense have used Nuxeo’s technology to transform the way they do business.
Founded in 2008, the company is based in New York with offices across the United States and Europe. In 2016 Goldman Sachs and Kennet Partners invested $30 million to help Nuxeo accelerate our rapid growth. The company is currently investing heavily in expanding customer success and support, boosting R&D, and increasing our global reach and market presence.
Nuxeo was also named a visionary in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for
Content Services Platforms (CSP) report. As one of the 19 vendors
evaluated, Nuxeo was positioned as a visionary based on its
completeness of vision and ability to execute on this vision.
Nuxeo CMO Chris McLaughlin has moved from start-up to enterprise and back again. Chris has extensive CMO experience in both the startup and enterprise space, so I invited him onto the podcast to discuss why he left tech behemoth Dell ECM for a nimble company like Nuxeo.
Chris also shares his tips and advice for startup CMOs looking to succeed, including focusing on solving one specific problem you identify (rather than trying to resolve several, unsuccessfully).
It’s easy to lose sight of what has the biggest organizational impact when setting out to accomplish certain tasks as a part of your job description, so it’s important to remain focused in order to move the organization in the right direction.