Doceree on Wednesday announced today the addition of three new strategic senior-level hires to the sales team, a result of quick expansion since the company’s inception in 2019.
The company has been consistently reporting 100% quarterly revenue growth since its founding, while the overall employee count has grown from 25 in 2020 to over 100.
The Parsippany-based company said its mission is to reduce health care costs by revolutionizing the way marketers can target health care professionals based on information such as their prescribing behavior, specialty, geography, archetype or diagnostic history by using real-time data. The expanded U.S. sales team and increase in revenue growth are helping the company change the landscape of programmatic messaging within the health care marketing industry.
The new hires are former WebMD executive Scott Hammersla, now executive sales director, former Verix Vice President George Karyotakis, now senior sales director, and former Health Media Network Programmatic Sales Lead Keith Gomes, also appointed as senior sales director.
“Doceree was founded with the vision of improving health outcomes and reducing health care costs through the ability to enhance information availability to physicians digitally on point-of-care and endemic platforms,” Dr. Harshit Jain, founder and global CEO, Doceree, stated. “Over the past two years, we have seen a lot of excitement and demand for our technology in the U.S. The expanded sales team will help keep up the momentum and transform our life sciences marketing capabilities with continued investment in the right direction.”
The company is looking to consolidate its growth during the rest of the year with new product development, global partnerships and continued expansion of its team. Doceree recently raised $11 million in a Series A funding round led by Eight Roads Ventures, a portion of which has been allocated to the development of several new specialized products in Doceree’s portfolio, including an industry-first measurement solution.