DataMentors hires Champlin as senior vice president for client services

DataMentors LLC, a leading data-as-a-service (DaaS) provider, announced today that Jim Champlin will join the firm as senior vice president for client services to provide guidance and insight for clients to achieve profitable growth.


DataMentors LLC, a leading data-as-a-service (DaaS) provider, announced today that Jim Champlin will join the firm as senior vice president for client services to provide guidance and insight for clients to achieve profitable growth.

With two decades of marketing strategy experience, Champlin previously served with high-profile Fidelity Investments and Allstate Insurance. He has also consulted for PriceWaterhouseCoopers and run his own independent consultancy, Coronado Strategic Partners.

“Jim brings both operational and strategic expertise in executing complex, multi-brand and multi-platform marketing strategies," DataMentors President Anders Ekman said. "This expertise will ultimately build upon our already robust client offerings to provide the most comprehensive data solutions in the industry."

According to CEO Bob Orf, the appointment coincides with a time of strategic growth for DataMentors. 

"As we move forward with our post-merger evolution we are excited to welcome Jim to our team,” Orf said. “I am confident that he will play a key role in further solidifying our ability to deliver high quality solutions to our clients."

Driving the decision was the company’s trust in Champlin’s talent for locating and leveraging the best available data for targeting, messaging and growth purposes, making him a desirable team asset.

With its headquarters in Wesley Chapel, Florida, DataMentors helps prominent brands achieve growth with robust marketing data, technology and analytics solutions.

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