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Bigfinite Announces Additions to Executive Team

Bigfinite hires new leaders

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – (May 13, 2020) – Bigfinite, Inc. (Bigfinite), the leading manufacturing data analytics platform company for regulated industries, today announced that Brian Sweeney, Lawrence Baisch and Glenn Griffin have been added to the leadership team.

CRO Brian SweeneyBrian Sweeney has been named Chief Revenue Officer and brings over 35 years of experience in senior executive roles in Sales, Customer Care and Operations across geographies and leading teams selling solutions using data analytics, CRM, information services and other B2B technology products and services to grow with both public and private companies. Previously, Sweeney served as Chief Revenue and Customer Officer at IHS Markit where he led a worldwide organization targeting global and interconnected capital-intensive industries including Energy, Chemical, Automotive and Aerospace and Defense. Before IHS, Sweeney held senior executive positions at HP Software, LexisNexis, Oracle, Siebel Systems and IBM.

Lawrence Baisch joins Bigfinite as the Chief Customer Success Officer. Baisch brings over twenty-five years of domestic and international business expertise in information technology and strategy to Bigfinite. He is a proven technology strategy and customer solution expert, having launched and scaled several companies and by being a thought leader in terms of digital transformation. He recently was Founder & CEO of Luminous Systems and prior was an Enterprise Architect for Salesforce Inc., leading engagements with some of the largest pharma and medical device companies in North America. Baisch has led global customer support and professional services with Precise Software, Encover Inc., Oracle Consulting and Wells Fargo.

SVP Alliances Glenn GriffinGlenn Griffin joins Bigfinite as the new Senior Vice President of Global Alliances. He brings multi-functional executive experience running Alliances, Business Development, and Channel Sales teams across the globe. Griffin has a strong history of driving sales acceleration and market expansion via partner ecosystems for SaaS based enterprise solutions. Previously, Glenn Griffin served as the Vice President of Partnerships at disruptive high growth companies such as Optimizely, DocuSign, and NetSuite. 

“Brian, Lawrence, and Glenn are world-class executives who have been at the forefront of technology innovation their entire careers,” said John Vitalie, CEO of Bigfinite. “They bring the right mix of executive experience, operational excellence and possess the integrity that will   help propel our growth and lead us to a new level of market leadership for Bigfinite. We are very fortunate to have them joining the leadership team at this critical juncture.”

About Bigfinite, Inc.

Bigfinite is a software provider that transforms manufacturing operations with the use of advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and pharma 4.0 technologies focused on optimizing pharmaceutical and biotech companies. The Bigfinite analytics platform seamlessly integrates unlimited sources of structured and unstructured data to deliver actionable insights across all manufacturing sites. Bigfinite offers an intuitive way to gain meaningful operational intelligence with data by enabling real-time visibility and predictive insights in a GxP compliant manner with end-to-end data integrity. Founded in 2014, the company is based in San Francisco, California and also has a European office in Barcelona, Spain.

Crystal Black

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Bigfinite Announces Additions to Executive Team

Bigfinite, Inc. (Bigfinite), the leading manufacturing data analytics platform company for regulated industries, today announced that Brian Sweeney, Lawrence Baisch and Glenn Griffin have been added to the leadership team.
Crystal Black VP of Marketing

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