Perreault to drive new business growth for AgileAssets in government transportation agencies.
Austin, Texas – June 18, 2019 – AgileAssets Inc., a leading provider of transportation asset lifecycle management software, has announced the appointment of John Perreault as Vice President of Sales. He will lead the company’s US Sales teams to deliver value by solving key customer problems through AgileAssets solutions.
“We are enthusiastic about John coming on-board,” said Michael Lester, Chief Operating Officer at AgileAssets. “His extensive experience working with public agencies while providing enterprise software solutions demonstrates his ability to learn, understand, and address our clients’ challenges. He has a client-centric focus and will help new clients understand the value of AgileAssets enterprise transportation asset management solutions.”
In over 25 years of technology sales experience, much of which has been in the public sector, Perreault has worked for industry-leading software companies like Computer Associates, Composite Software, Novell, and Software AG. He worked his way up from a territory sales rep early in his career to running the North American public sector team for Software AG. Most recently, Perreault ran North American sales for two business units within Tyler Technologies. As a software visionary, he is known for creating long-term value for organizations by combining highly technical product expertise with the cultivation of customers, markets, alliances, and relationships.
“The future for public agencies who are the stewards of our communities’ roads and bridges, relies on maximizing the lifecycle of their valuable asset portfolios,” said Perreault. “Data-driven approaches to asset management planning and decision-making have proven to be key to successful maintenance operations over the long term. I look forward to driving new business for AgileAssets in transportation agencies where AgileAssets software, with its advanced analytics and optimization techniques, provides the data to plan the most cost-effective programs in the long term.”