Dulles-based ERP platform developer Unanet adds six new executives
The announcement comes seven months after ‘significant’ investment from JMI Equity
Dulles-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform developer Unanet has hired six executives, the company announced Friday.
Assad Jarrahian was appointed as chief product officer. Most recently, Jarrahian was the senior vice president of product at Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based Intelex Technologies ULC. He has also worked for companies including Pearson, Digidata, Oracle and EMS Software. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a master’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Jeff Davison was appointed as chief customer officer. Davison most recently served as the chief operating officer for Lake Mary, Florida-based CentralSquare Technologies. He worked for Reston-based higher education tech company Ellucian for nearly seven years before that. Davison has a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University.
Carrie Mahon was appointed as chief marketing officer and mostly recently comes from Comcast Business where she was vice president of marketing. She previously worked for IBM for 14 years before her time at other tech and telecommunications companies including Windstream Enterprise and EMS software. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rochester and a master’s degree from Columbia University.
Gene Gainey was appointed as senior vice president of sales. He most recently was the senior vice president of sales for the Americas at Reward Gateway in Boston, Massachusetts. Gainey has worked in sales since the mid-1980s, but more recently has worked for companies including Learn.com, Globoforce, HealthcareSource, Cornerstone OnDemand and Reward Getaway. He earned a bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University.
Matt Pantana was appointed to senior vice president of Clearview product after joining the company in October 2019 following Unanet’s acquisition of Lynchburg-based Clearview Software, which also develops project-based ERP software for architects and engineers. He was Clearview’s CEO and chief technology officer. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Liberty University.
Steve McTavish became senior vice president of Clearview sales and also joined the company as a result of the Clearview acquisition. Before he was vice president at Clearview Software, he worked for Central Consulting Group and Deltek. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston C.T. Bauer College of Business.
In June 2019, Unanet announced that it had received a “significant” investment from Baltimore-based capital market company JMI Equity, although an investment amount was not disclosed.