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Iconixx Software grows C-suite again, hires first chief revenue officer
AUSTIN, Texas – July 11, 2016 – Iconixx Software Corp., an Austin-based maker of compensation management software, has named sales veteran David Loia as its first chief revenue officer.
Loia was previously the vice president of sales for Austin software maker ZenossInc. and senior vice president of revenue for Austin-based HumanIntelligence Inc. Before that, he was vice president of sales for Spokane, Washington-based Next IT Corp. and a director of California-based Oracle CX Cloud, according to his online profile.
Iconixx Software, founded in 2010, develops software designed to manage sales compensation, bonuses and salaries. It employed about 80 workers last year.
Last August, Iconixx Software reported raising a $10 million financing from investors that included Florida-based Ballast Point Ventures LP and Alabama-based Harbert Venture Partners LLC, CEO Derrik Deyhimi said.
In December, the company hired William Getchell as its first chief financial officer. Then in April, Iconixx announced establishing a credit facility with Comerica Bank to fund future growth, but it didn’t disclose the financial details of the facility.
This article originally appeared in the Austin Business Journal.