June 18, 2019 Linnea Jungnelius

TEG Recruits Chief Marketing Officer for Contegix

NEW YORK (June 18, 2019) – TEG, a technology-focused search firm making high-impact hires, has recruited Elizabeth Clor as the chief marketing officer for Contegix, a premier managed service provider that enables development teams to deliver outstanding customer engagement applications.

Backed by private equity firm Strattam Capital, Contegix is an industry leader in content management systems. Elizabeth Clor will be instrumental in accelerating growth and positioning Contegix as a next-generation managed service provider.

Clor has nearly 20 years of marketing and leadership experience, including developing marketing strategies, orchestrating product launches, and spearheading content marketing initiatives. Most recently as vice president of demand generation at MicroStrategy, she helped drive growth by creating the company’s marketing KPIs, dashboards, and reports; she also initiated the organization’s first content marketing strategy.

With multiple senior leadership positions under her belt, Clor has served as head of content marketing and communications at Clarabridge, director of global demand generation and field marketing at Opower, and senior director of marketing at K12 Inc.

Clor holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, and she was identified through a rigorous search process led by Marci Nigro, partner at TEG.

“Elizabeth is the total package,” Nigro said. “She is an expert in demand generation, content, thought leadership, funnel, and measuring results.”


About TEG

TEG is a technology-focused retained search firm and talent solutions consultancy. Our firm specializes in discovering, vetting, and attracting top talent to our clients’ organizations across the technology, telecommunications, professional services, private equity, and healthcare IT industries. With every placement, we work with our clients to mobilize people into significant drivers of business performance and enterprise value.

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