Work Management Leader Also Welcomes Aharon Weiner as Vice President of Business Development
San Jose, Calif., July 19, 2018 -- Wrike, the collaborative work management platform for high-performance teams, welcomes Mark Lambert as its new Chief Financial Officer and Aharon Weiner as Vice President of Business Development. Lambert and Weiner are both enterprise software veterans with nearly 50 years of experience combined. In 2017, Wrike was named one of the fastest growing companies in North America on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™List for the third consecutive year. These additions to the company’s leadership team will help Wrike maintain its financial momentum and navigate its next stage of growth.
“Bringing on executives of this caliber was critical for us, especially during this tremendous growth phase for the company,” said Wrike CEO and Founder Andrew Filev. “Mark’s knowledge of the SaaS space and leadership across financial planning, forecasting, and strategic analysis are incredible assets, and Aharon’s ability to secure and drive strategic partnerships will prove to be invaluable. Their combined expertise will guide us in our continuing growth initiatives.”
Having served as CFO for several high-growth startups, Lambert’s diverse skill set includes Sales Operations, Legal, Security & Compliance, Human Resources and Facilities. Prior to joining Wrike, he was CFO at BetterWorks, a venture backed provider of Continuous Performance Management. He previously held CFO roles with Origami Logic, Clearslide and Blurb, helping the companies scale to the top position in their respective segments.
“There’s an amazing team here that is transforming the way organizations work in the digital age,” said Lambert. “Work management is a highly competitive, fast-moving space and this company has clearly established itself as a leader. It’s an exciting time to be joining Wrike.”
Weiner comes to Wrike from Capriza, a leader in the enterprise mobility space, where he led all business and corporate development activities. Prior to that he spent nearly a decade as a business development executive at SAP. During his tenure, Weiner led strategic partnership initiatives in mobility, cloud, and analytics, originated SAP’s M&A activities in the Israeli start-up market, and was a founding member of the SAP e-Channel team.
“The incredible growth and momentum of Wrike and the impact it's having on the work management space are reflected in their expansive ecosystem of partnerships with key technology providers and leading System integrators,” said Weiner. “I’m thrilled to be part of this team and look forward to expand our ecosystem even further. Partners play a key role in Wrike’s massive growth, expanding our product capabilities and our ability to deliver at scale.”