Fast-growing mobile research tech provider MFour has announced the arrival of David Constantine as Director of Marketing and Wendell Hicken as Chief Technology Officer.
Constantine will develop and oversee marketing strategies and initiatives. He brings more than twenty years of experience, most recently from telematics provider Teletrac Navman where he led US marketing. Previously he worked as Director of Marketing for Software & Solutions at Kodak Alaris, and in marketing director roles for business software creator K2, and online IT training provider QuickStart. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Business Economics from California State University.
Hicken has led software development for large national companies and tech startups alike, in a thirty-year career to date - overseeing teams from two members to 600. He will lead ongoing innovation in MFour's core technology, including its Surveys on the Go app. His experience includes eight years at marketing solutions company YP, rising to CTO by 2017; launching HopSkipDrive, a startup ride service for kids, and musical taste profiling startup MusicIP; sixteen years in product development at Parasoft Corporation; and creating the popular video game Scorched Earth while earning a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and Applied Science at California Institute of Technology.
In the last the company has received $5m in funding; hired a COO, CFO, CRO and a Director of Client Services; partnered with Kantar; and expanded its US locations.
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