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Peter Callaghan Joins PageFreezer as Chief Revenue Officer

Peter Callaghan, a tech-industry veteran, recently joined PageFreezer as Chief Revenue Officer. Peter has a proven track record of helping tech companies scale and grow their market share and revenue.

“It’s an exciting time to join PageFreezer. With millions of online social media conversations taking place every second, there is a massive need for solutions that make collection, storage, and retrieval of social media data simple,” says Peter. “Both government and enterprise companies are realizing that it’s crucial to keep a secure record of all social media content—including deleted comments and posts. These archives are needed for everything from compliance to litigation preparedness and evidence capture.”

Peter Callaghan Joins PageFreezer as Chief Revenue Officer

Peter has a very successful record in the tech industry, bringing significant market share increases and exponential revenue growth to the companies he has served. He has a passion for building high-performance sales and marketing teams, developing value-based go-to-market strategies, and creating effective brand strategies.  

“I love helping successful companies take it to the next level, which is why the opportunity to join PageFreezer really appealed to me. The company has an excellent product, a massive market opportunity and is well positioned for rapid, large-scale growth,” says Peter.

“We’re very excited to have Peter on board,” says PageFreezer CEO Michael Riedijk. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table that our organization can benefit from. I look forward to working with him to grow PageFreezer into an enterprise-class global SaaS company.”

Want to know more about the people behind PageFreezer's software? Follow the links to learn more about our company, team, and values.  

George van Rooyen
George van Rooyen
George van Rooyen is a Content Marketing Specialist at Pagefreezer.

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