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Forecast Is Scaling Globally With a New Office in London

Dennis Kayser
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At Forecast, we're passionate about augmenting professional service companies with powerful automation globally. Reducing the administrative burden and getting collaboration to the next level of efficiency, is the key part of our strategy we'd like everyone in the world to have the chance to enjoy.

This year, we’ve added a new layer of automation on top of our software, allowing our customers to take the pain out of the guesswork that comes together with project and resource planning.

Today, we’re thrilled to announce that we’re expanding our Danish office with great commercial talent in London, so more companies can gain the benefits that accrue from professional service automation. The new office, located in the center of London at Fitzrovia, will serve as a hub as Forecast’s marketing, sales, and account management teams scale.

We’re very lucky to have Rob Massa, who is starting to orchestrate the commercial machine today as a Chief Revenue Officer. Bringing over 10 years of experience in high growth startups, Rob will oversee the commercial operations of Forecast. Previously, Rob served BounceX as GM EMEA, applying his entrepreneurial mind coupled with management expertise to quickly accelerate growth in EMEA.

“Forecast is prime to be one of the fastest-growing startups in Europe in no time. The product has always come first, which sets us up to accelerate the commercialization really quickly,” Rob points out.

Scaling globally, we don’t stop to elevate our talented team in Denmark, where our tale has started. Kudos to Jacob de Lichtenberg who has just been promoted to Chief Product Officer at Forecast continuing to lead the product department in building the brainiest PSA software in town.

With customers in over 40+ countries worldwide and growing fast, we’re rapidly scaling our teams, so we can continue to help our customers deliver meaningful and accurate work. Check our job openings from time to time; who knows, maybe you’re our new Forecaster.

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