SOURCE: Lumesse


July 15, 2015 07:00 ET

Lumesse Expands TalentObjects Leadership Team With Two Executive Appointments

Experienced Business Executives Stephen Dunn and Arnie Greenfield to Drive Continued Success of TalentObjects Suite

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwired - Jul 15, 2015) - Lumesse, a global leader in talent solutions, today announced the addition of two key members to the leadership team of TalentObjects by Lumesse, a complete Talent Acquisition and Talent Management suite for the Salesforce1 Platform. Global sales executive Stephen Dunn has joined the company as vice president of Sales, and product development expert Arnie Greenfield has assumed the role of vice president of Research and Development.

TalentObjects by Lumesse was developed to transform how companies recruit and manage their talent, enabling users to focus on people while running their processes smoothly. Built upon the Salesforce1 platform utilized by other areas of the business, TalentObjects facilitates broad adoption among recruiters, hiring managers and business leaders and builds greater engagement with job candidates and current employees alike. The appointment of Dunn and Greenfield will help to drive the continued growth and reach of the solution, and ensure the technology is continually optimized to meet the needs of today's employers.

In his role as vice president of Sales, Stephen Dunn leads the Americas sales organization for TalentObjects by Lumesse. He draws on more than 20 years of experience building global field, operations and customer success organizations for SaaS and enterprise applications. Prior to joining Lumesse, Dunn worked for The SAVO Group as vice president of Sales for Strategic Accounts and Customer for Life Program. He has also held executive global sales positions with companies including Knovel Corporation, Dyadem International, Aras Corporation, Matrixone and Workgroup Technology Corporation, resulting in multiple IPOs and strategic acquisitions. In addition to his professional experience, Dunn holds a B.S. in business administration from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and an M.B.A. in management from the Sawyer School of Management, Suffolk University.

As vice president of Research and Development for TalentObjects by Lumesse, Arnie Greenfield leverages an extensive engineering background of nearly three decades managing highly scalable, complex software projects. Prior to joining the company, he served as vice president of Engineering at Alere Analytics, where he was a key technical visionary and led product development. In addition, Greenfield has served as vice president of Engineering and CTO for a number of companies, including Healthrageous, Brainshark, SupplyWorks, Segue Software and Primavera Systems. Greenfield earned a B.S. in statistics and computer science from the University of Delaware and a Ph.D. in computer science and operations research from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

"The ability to drive adoption of human capital management technology is key to attracting talent, engaging employees throughout their tenure and improving retention, and TalentObjects delivers on this goal," said Charles Doucot, senior vice president Americas and general manager of TalentObjects by Lumesse. "As we continue to transform what talent acquisition and talent management technology can be, we rely on a team of the utmost leaders in their fields to carry out our key objectives. With Steve and Arnie now part of our leadership team, we have the right individuals in place to continually perfect TalentObjects and show businesses how this solution can enhance their people strategies."

About Lumesse
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