Because Where Matters
MapAnything® was born in 2009 as an idea by co-founders John Stewart and Ben Brantly when running Saber Business Solutions, a Salesforce Force.com Partner. In 2012, the company changed its name to Cloudbilt and released a suite of applications to the AppExchange, one of which was MapAnything®. The traction from the MapAnything® product was unprecedented, so in 2015 the company took its first round of venture funding and renamed the company to reflect its mission.
With over 2,100 customers and over 150+ employees worldwide, we help our clients increase revenue, drive productivity, gain better territory visibility, and deepen customer loyalty. We do this all in the CRM workflow to help clients streamline operations, automate business process, and increase overall accuracy and adoption. As of May 30th, Salesforce has acquired MapAnything®.
SVP and GM MapAnything
John is a successful serial entrepreneur who co-founded MapAnything in 2009. The company (then known as Saber Solutions) provided managed services and custom app development to users of Salesforce. Under John’s leadership, the business model was successfully changed in late 2012 and the company’s sole focus became selling business applications on the Salesforce AppExchange.
Today, MapAnything is Gold Salesforce App Innovation Partner with over 50k users. The company was included in the Inc. 500 – after experiencing 2000 percent revenue growth in three years.
Prior to MapAnything, John founded Saber Design and Analysis Services, a consulting firm that provided engineering and manufacturing services to the aerospace and defense industry. He successfully sold the company in 2009. John was born in New York and holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts.
VP of Product & Engineering
Prior to co-founding MapAnything with John Stewart in 2009, Ben co-founded several other companies, including Southern Computer Innovations, Educational Network Solutions, and SoftwareFixIt.com. John Stewart was a customer of Ben’s at his company Southern Computer Innovations. After collaborating on many projects and working together for a while, Ben suggested that he come on board and work with John. At the age of 24, after selling his company, Ben joined John and later co-founded MapAnything.
Ben leads the company’s Office of Technology in Atlanta and is responsible for driving product strategy and shaping corporate vision.
MapAnything was released on the AppExchange in 2012. Today, the solution is being used by over 50k users globally. With over 550 five star reviews on the AppExchange – it has been named a Customer’s Choice – Highly Reviewed App by Salesforce users.
Ben was born in Kansas and attended Georgia State University.
VP of Customer Adoption
Tom is a software industry veteran with over 20 years of technical architecture and product development experience including nine years spent in a variety of leadership positions at salesforce.com.
At MapAnything, he leads product strategy, drives innovation, and is responsible for expanding its family of geo-analytics solutions.
Previously, he was Chief Product Officer at nCino, a provider of banking software that is built on the Salesforce platform. Before that, DiVittorio was Vice President, Global Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner Technical Enablement at salesforce.com. In this role, he was responsible for ISV partners and channels enablement. His other positions at salesforce.com included Senior Director, Enterprise Architecture and Technical Engagement Manager.
Sr. Director of Marketing & Partnerships
Prior to MapAnything, Brian spent over 15 years working across Sales, Sales Management, Alliances and Marketing at Experian, Hoover's, Dun & Bradstreet, InsideView, and leadspace. In these roles he brought a unique blend of strategy and focused execution to effectively translate big ideas into revenue.
Brian is responsible for brand and category development positioning MapAnything as the leader in Geo-Productivity Software. In addition to marketing, Brian heads up the Alliances function with a focus on scaling the business through Global Strategic Partnerships. His team is responsible for key technology, data, and industry partnerships including Salesforce, Hardware OEMs, and ServiceNow.
Having spent the last seven years telecommuting between Charlotte and San Francisco, Brian joined MapAnything to contribute to the growing technology ecosystem in Charlotte. He attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
VP of Software Engineering
Abraham Reyes is a solutions provider, cloud architect, and security aficionado with over 15 years of experience in the technology field.
At MapAnything, he is responsible for cloud enabled solutions and is the in-house AWS expert.
Before joining MapAnything, Abraham spent a couple of years as an independent contractor developing custom software solutions as well as designing and implementing both private and public cloud architectures. He held key technical leadership positions across both medical and retail industries.
AVP of Worldwide Sales
In his role as Chief Revenue Officer, Marc comes to MapAnything with over 20 years of experience in enterprise sales. Prior to MapAnything, Marc was Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Clari. During his tenure at Clari, Marc was responsible for 300% year over year growth in his final year with the organization. Prior to Clari, Marc was the Vice President of Sales at Sprinklr. During his Sprinklr tenure, Sprinklr scaled from 50 to more than 1,500 employees and a multibillion dollar valuation. Prior to Sprinklr, Marc held sales and sales leadership roles at several industry leading companies such as Collective Intellect (acquired by Oracle), and Sterling Commerce, an IBM Company. Marc holds a bachelor degree from The Johns Hopkins University.
VP of Routing & Optimization
After earning degrees in math and economics from Vanderbilt and the University of Georgia, Chris spent 6 years in the US Intelligence community focusing on algorithm development and applying high performance computing to problems in the defense industry. Chris received his PhD at the University of Maryland under advisor Bruce Golden where he studied large scale vehicle routing problems and authored the open source VRPH package. He has spent the last ten years applying high performance computing and optimization techniques to a variety of business problems, including large scale graph optimization and job scheduling for supercomputers at Oak Ridge National Lab, and large scale social network analysis applied to communication graphs from the telecom industry at Link Analytics. Chris subsequently spent four years at KPMG working primarily on large scale routing and scheduling problems in the sports world. He led a team that developed a cloud-based massively parallel scheduling algorithm that is currently in use by the National Basketball Association. The same system was used to create the 2018 Major League Baseball schedule, widely regarded as one of the most complex scheduling problems in the world. In 2017, Dr. Groer joined MapAnything to lead a talented team of computer scientists and operations researchers in a new routing and optimization practice that is developing a new cloud-based system to handle thousands of rich, multi-objective routing and scheduling problems. Groer is also adjunct faculty at the University of Tennessee Haslam College of Business where he helps to teach Decision Optimization.
Director of Customer Success
Amy Matthews has over 20 years of experience in the software industry delivering customer centric solutions. At MapAnything, Amy takes her customer focused experience and leads teams responsible for overall customer success, growth, retention and on-boarding.
Prior to joining MapAnything, Amy held roles in account management and business development, implementation, training and business process consulting. Her overall focus was to develop solutions that help customers reach their desired outcomes while improving efficiency and productivity.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Appalachian State University.
In his role as General Counsel, Rich Holmes is responsible for overseeing the legal functions of MapAnything across all teams and serves as Corporate Secretary for the Board of Directors. He has more than 15 years experience as an attorney across the private and public sectors, with the last 10 serving in a variety of in-house counsel roles for various tech start-ups.
Before joining MapAnything, Rich served as Vice President of Legal Affairs for a SaaS startup based in Philadelphia that developed an anti-counterfeiting detection software to assist global brand owners with online detection and reporting of websites selling knockoffs. Prior to that, he was General Counsel for a Charlotte-based tech startup that provided licensing and invention promotion services to independent inventors.
Rich received his Bachelor of Arts from Ohio Wesleyan University where he graduated cum laude and was captain of the football team. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Maine School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and Vermont.
Michelle Tucker is the VP of Human Resources at MapAnything. In this role, she leads the company’s strategic efforts to attract, develop and retain the best talent in the industry.
Michelle has more than 15 years of experience in the field of Human Resources across the technology, hospitality, sports and retail industries. Prior to joining MapAnything, she served as the Director of Human Resources for a major food service company in the hospitality industry.
Michelle holds a SHRM-CP certification and a Masters in Human Resources management from Nova Southeastern University.