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Quovant expands team as part of strategic growth

By November 20, 2018December 3rd, 2019No Comments
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nov. 20, 2018 – Quovant (formerly known as LegalBill), has added several key leadership positions as it builds on its 20-year history as a legal analytics leader helping Fortune 500 and Global 2000 organizations gain better visibility into their legal spend, improve relationships with their law firms, and save valuable time and money. New team members include: Tom Gaudreau, vice president, sales and marketing; Mark Tochtenhagen, vice president, product; Vaheh Hartoonian, regional sales director; Braydon Strous, regional sales director, and Nicholas Milliman, account executive.

Gaudreau, a veteran B2B software sales and marketing leader, is tasked with expanding Quovant’s overall awareness and market share in key industry sectors including healthcare, transportation, education, energy/oil and gas, retail, construction and insurance. “While Quovant has seen incredible success over the past 20 years, there’s room for growth as companies put new emphasis on scrutinizing outside legal spend and improved relationships and transparency with their law firms,” said Gaudreau.

As Vice President, Product, Tochtenhagen is responsible for creating an innovative and exciting product roadmap that satisfies existing and prospective client needs. His experience includes co-founding PerDatum, Inc., a healthcare technology firm that grew to profitability and was acquired. He’s led software product teams with a focus on B2B SaaS solutions in disability management, healthcare, safety, risk management and logistics markets. Over his career, Tochtenhagen has been responsible for over 70 successful product releases serving over 1,500 Fortune 500 clients.

Hartoonian’s role as sales director includes prospecting into the retail, restaurant, and hospitality verticals. Hartoonian previously served as sales and marketing operations manager and as an implementation and support coordinator for the company, providing insight into the value of the company’s products and services. Strous will handle business development within the energy/oil and gas and telecommunications industries. Strous brings 12 years of experience facilitating long-term business relationships with both customers and industry luminaries. Helping prospective clients within the small to mid-tier market gain valuable insight and visibility into their legal spend is Milliman’s role as account executive. As part of the sales team, he is responsible for bringing Quovant’s new SaaS-based LegalBill platform to market.

“Our expanded sales and marketing team, improved channel partner synergies and increased focus on product development are setting us up for significant growth in 2019 and beyond,” said Quovant CEO, Bill Horne.