BuildData Group Hires Chief Revenue Officer
Strengthening commercial leadership as business unlocks SaaS value for housebuilders and doubles down on growth
Stockholm, Sweden—5th July 2022: BuildData Group AB (“BuildData”) today announced that it has further strengthened its leadership team with the hire of Alex Mathieson as Group Chief Revenue Officer. Alex brings a wealth of experience in sales and business development across software, services, and the construction tech sector.
At BuildData, Alex will be responsible for revenue generation from new business sales, account management, customer success and pre-sales. His role spans all the BuildData brands including Zutec, Createmaster and Bond Bryan Digital. Alex joins BuildData from Thinkproject, where he was Regional Manager for UK and Ireland. With over 20 years of experience, he is a proven global sales leader with a history of working in the information technology and services roles across businesses, including Pitney Bowes and SHL Group.
“This is a great time to join BuildData as we look to increase market share across the residential market of housebuilders, developers, and owners. The market is all for the taking. We have a huge opportunity as our key buyers turn to construction management technology to support regulatory compliance and meet sustainability targets, while boosting productivity. I am looking forward to supporting an already strong sales team and working with the other leaders across the BuildData Group,” said Alex.
“We are thrilled to have Alex on board to lead our commercial function as we focus on delivering revenue from software sales and accelerating execution and growth,” said Gustave Geisendorf, CEO of BuildData. “As we take construction management software to the residential market, providing a platform to housebuilders, developers and owners that gives them a single source of truth, we continue to go from strength to strength. Alex is a natural fit and excellent addition to the team as we deliver more value and unlock our SaaS platform.”