SmashFly Technologies Announces Hiring of Mary Grace Hennessy as Vice President of Sales and Customer Success
Bringing over 14 years in Talent Acquisition expertise to SmashFly customers
Boston, MA – SmashFly Technologies, the creators of the first enterprise recruitment marketing platform, today announced that Mary Grace Hennessy has joined the company as Vice President of Sales and Customer Success. With over 14 years’ experience in the Talent Acquisition space, Mary Grace brings extensive experience and industry recognition to her new position on the SmashFly Senior Management Team.
In her new role, she will be in charge of managing field operations to ensure user satisfaction, drive customer success and enhance a growing network of direct & indirect sales channels. Mary Grace will also act as a sourcing thought leader focused on educating recruiting organizations on how to better leverage sourcing & recruiting technology to drive real results.
Many have gotten to know Mary Grace in her prior product management roles at Taleo Corporation and before that at BrassRing (now Kenexa). At both organizations she has played a pivotal role in the growth of the company into the dominant positions they now hold. In her nine-year tenure with Taleo she participated in the company’s growth from early stage start-up through IPO and into its role today as the only Public Company with market leading solutions in every category of Talent Management. Prior to this time, she spent several years as the founding product manager for BrassRing (now Kenexa). In these roles she has helped shape much of the technology viewpoint on Talent Acquisition used by many of today’s largest employers.
“The sourcing technology space is the most exciting it’s even been, and I believe SmashFly is at the forefront of this next wave of innovation, delivering tremendous value to customers with its commitment to legendary product innovation and fanatical customer support,” says Mary Grace Hennessy. “I look forward to engaging with the Talent Acquisition community as an evangelist for what’s possible and to drive adoption in the use of the next generation of sourcing technologies.”