Mark Craddock, one of the legal technology market’s leading sales management evangelists, has joined Prosperoware as sales manager for EMEA, just over a year after joining NetDocuments in the same role.
Craddock, who in 2014 worked with automated proofreading supplier XRef to help it grow globally, has been hired by Prosperoware to lead the company’s growth strategy in the EMEA region.
Craddock, who will be based in London, is the third major industry hire for Prosperoware in the past 12 months, after Ben Weinberger joined as vice president of solutions from Phoenix Business Solutions at the end of 2015 and former Withers project manager John Jones joined as director of consulting for the EMEA region in February 2016.
Well-known and regarded in international markets, Craddock brings more than 25 years of expertise to his role at Prosperoware. He previously held various leadership roles at leading solution providers such as Microsoft, Toshiba, and Thomson Reuters. In 2011, he led FWBS Ltd., a front office legal solution provider, into an acquisition with Thomson Reuters and was responsible for new business revenue worldwide for MatterSphere.
Keith Lipman, president of Prosperoware, which is headquartered in Pennsylvania and has offices in Chicago and London, said: “We’re pleased to welcome an accomplished professional of Mark’s caliber to further build the Prosperoware team and look forward to his contributions as we continue this rapid expansion in EMEA. We are confident that Mark’s leadership experience with the global law firm market combined with his enterprise IT prowess will be an excellent complement to our team and an invaluable asset to our clients and overall strategy.”
Prosperoware customers include Akin Gump; Goodwin Procter; Baker Botts; Hill Dickinson; Berwin Leighton Paisner; DLA Piper; Duane Morris; Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Sheppard Mullin; Comcast; and NBCUniversal.
You can watch Charles Christian interview Mark Craddock, then at NetDocuments, as part of our Talking Tech series.
Charles also interviewed Keith Lipman on the subject of Legal Process Management.