Tom Keiser to replace Ryan Holmes as CEO of Hootsuite
Vancouver-based Hootsuite has appointed Tom Keiser, former chief operating officer at San Francisco-based Zendesk, as its new CEO.
As first reported by Fortune, Keiser will replace Ryan Holmes, who was at the helm of the social media management company for 12 years, following his decision to depart in November.
Keiser, who has three decades’ experience in technology and business, will officially join as Hootsuite’s CEO July 6.
BetaKit sat down with Holmes (virtually) to discuss stepping down as Hootsuite’s CEO after 12 years Keiser taking on the role.
With Keiser, you have someone who obviously has operational experience of a SaaS company, but particularly in terms of customer support.
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