MRI Software Appoints Three Senior Vice Presidents, Expands Role of Company President


Real estate software company MRI Software has hired three new senior vice presidents and expanded the role of company president to executive general manager for North America.

John Ensign takes on this expanded role for the Solon company, which, according to a press release, makes him “directly responsible for the overall success of the company’s North American branch.” This resembles the company’s regional leadership structure for its EMEA and APAC regions. Ensign also oversees the “company’s shared services, which include global customer support, mergers and acquisitions, litigation, talent management, employee relations and benefits,” the statement said.

In other leadership news, MRI shared in the release that it named Sherry Lautenbach as Senior Vice President of North America Sales, Eric Walsh as Senior Vice President of Global Services and Jamie Brown as Senior Vice President of Global Revenue Operations.

Lautenbach joins MRI from PROS, where she served as senior vice president of global B2B sales for the artificial intelligence-based e-commerce company. Walsh comes to MRI from software and services company NCR, where he was vice president of professional services and operations. And Brown was most recently senior vice president of global revenue operations at data migration company Syniti.

“I am delighted to welcome Sherry, Eric and Jamie to MRI’s seasoned leadership team,” MRI CEO Patrick Ghilani said in the statement. “As we continue to grow, their expertise will be a key factor in helping MRI customers get the most out of our solutions. Additionally, John Ensign’s expanded role supports our goal of better serving each of our markets and delivering exceptional customer experiences. his leadership and significant contributions to IRM position him well to lead the North American region of our business. »

The statement noted that MRI had expanded its global footprint in recent years and had, over the past three years, seen its revenue increase by 128%.


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