The Rapt Media team is growing, and we’re pleased to announce that Greg Adamietz has joined us as vice president of sales, where he will be in charge of growing revenue, expanding our customer base and managing the sales of our interactive video platform.
As agencies, brands and media are looking to engage with their audiences in meaningful, long-lasting ways, Rapt Media’s interactive video platform is providing the solution. In response to this growing need, Adamietz will be leading the Rapt Media sales team to grow its business.
Adamietz has specialized in marketing and selling emerging SaaS-based Web technologies for over 15 years. Throughout his career, he has focused on technologies that marry visitor and user intelligence with immediate, relevant action – a win for both marketers and customers.
“We couldn’t be happier to have Greg on board as our VP of sales,” said co-founder and CEO of Rapt Media, Erika Trautman. “His impressive sales and marketing experience working with clients such as Microsoft, Starbucks and Intuit, as well as passion for our technology, is going to be a huge asset to the Rapt Media team.”
In his previous role, Adamietz managed the sales team at Extole, helping many of the world’s top brands acquire new customers using a SaaS referral marketing platform. Prior to Extole, he led the Enterprise group at Monetate, providing companies with website A/B testing and personalization, and for Bazaarvoice where he helped to develop online word-of-mouth services, helping clients like Nike, 3M, and Microsoft expand their marketing efforts into the social-sphere. At DigitalGlobe, in the early days of the commercial Internet, Adamietz marketed a Web services platform that streamed digital imagery directly to the desktop – leading to the largest commercial imagery contract in history when Google first introduced imagery into Google Maps.
Greg lives in Boulder, Colo., with his family. In his free time, he enjoys snowboarding, mountain biking and enjoying the great Colorado outdoors. Greg holds a Masters in Environmental Science from Texas State University.