Talkdesk Reveals Jeff Haslem As Its First Chief Information Officer
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Talkdesk Reveals Jeff Haslem As Its First Chief Information Officer

By CIOReview | Monday, May 23, 2022

Jeff Haslem, a tech world expert, is selected to lead its IT strategy to meet aggressive business performance targets.

FREMONT, CA: "Talkdesk has achieved dramatic growth in record time and were positioning the company to fuel the momentum for decades to come. Jeff and his team will ensure the engine driving our operations is at peak performance, enabling us to work more effectively, speed our time to market, and deliver the best possible experiences for our customers. On behalf of all Talkdeskers, Im pleased to welcome Jeff to the team," says Sydney Carey, Chief Financial Officer of Talkdesk.

Talkdesk, Inc., a worldwide cloud contact center provider for customer-obsessed businesses, revealed that Jeff Haslem had joined its executive leadership team as its first chief information officer (CIO). As Talkdesk enters its growth, Haslem will supervise global efforts for its security, information technology (IT), and business processes. Experienced and expert person in technology brings enhanced performance for the company.

Haslem comes to Talkdesk with a wealth of experience assisting fast developing firms in scaling their technological operations. He served as Pluralsight's first CIO, a Vista Equity Partners business specializing in technology workforce development. He spearheaded efforts at Pluralsight to merge the IT and data operations teams, enabling various transformative efforts to boost its growth and go-to-market strategy. Haslem has also held top positions of responsibility at Genesys, Rovi Corporation (now Tivo), Openwave, Broadvision, and Oracle.

The Chief Information Officer, Jeff Haslem, says, "The contact center space has undergone massive changes and Talkdesk has figured prominently in the disruption. I look forward to making a contribution to the Talkdesk evolution, helping manage its acceleration by further formalizing and transforming the IT and data strategy to meet the companys aggressive business goals."