President and CEO
Chris founded Doxim in 2000 with a vision to develop and deliver software that helps customers automate and digitize processes that enhance customer engagement. Over the last two decades he has lived through the ground zero of transformational change in business communications, information management, and document automation. Chris is a charismatic and approachable leader, and under his careful guidance Doxim has grown to become a leading supplier of SaaS customer engagement software to the North American Financial Services marketplace. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Administrative and Commercial Studies from Western University. Outside work, Chris loves to spend time at his cottage in Muskoka with family and friends.
Chief Financial Officer
Patrick is Doxim’s Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for all financial and corporate matters of the company. Patrick brings 25 years of finance experience focused on strategic growth, capital raising for both private and public companies, and M&A. Patrick has served as the Chief Financial Officer for a number of technology companies including GuestLogix Inc., Spectra7 Microsystems, and ATX Incorporated. Patrick also has held executive and senior level positions with Merrill Lynch & Co. and Rockwater Capital Corporation. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and holds both a BA and MAcc from the University of Waterloo.
Chief Revenue Officer
Mike leads a team of world-class sales, customer success and business development professionals focused on delivering measurable value for Doxim’s clients across North America. A SaaS veteran, he specializes in delivering scalable, sustainable revenue for high growth B2B software companies, and has built diverse go-to-market strategies that delivered 30-120% in annual growth. Most recently, Mike was the North American GM for ScribbleLive. Before that, he was the VP of North American Sales for 7-Inc., a California-based company providing customer experience software to the Fortune 500. Mike holds an MBA from Queen’s University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Communications from Seneca College and a Bachelor’s Degree from Mount Allison University.
Chief Corporate Development Officer
At Doxim, Chris oversees all corporate development initiatives, M&A, and integration. Throughout his 25-year career, Chris has held various leadership positions in the technology industry as a founder, investor, board member, advisor, and buyer at HP, Quadravision (acquired by RR Donnelly), FMP, Enbala, Deloitte, Axiom, Sterner Automation, KPMG, Constellation Software, and other organizations.
Vice President, Product Vision & Strategy
Chris Palmer is Vice President of Product Vision & Strategy at Doxim. Chris joined Doxim in 2015, following Doxim’s acquisition of Neocog Technologies. In his strategic, cross-functional role Chris oversees the strategic product planning for all the applications under the Doxim Customer Engagement Platform. Chris brings over two decades of experience with financial service technology to his role with Doxim. Prior to founding Neocog Technologies in 2000 Chris was a Professor of Information Technology at Fanshawe Community College and a Senior Systems Analyst for Libro Credit Union. He began his career as a Technical Analyst for the Royal Bank of Canada. Chris holds bachelor’s degrees in Music Performance and Computer Science and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University.
Chief People Officer
Jennifer is Doxim’s Chief People Officer, focused on delivering groundbreaking HR solutions. As the leader of Doxim’s People Strategy, she is fostering an engaged, collaborative, and results-oriented culture to drive business value through leadership, attracting and retaining the best talent. A dynamic thought leader, Jennifer has spent the past 20 years leading Communities of Practice within HR including: talent strategy, culture transformation, innovative leadership development, diversity and inclusion, change management, organizational health, and HR analytics. She is a ICF Executive Coach and holds a MBA in Executive Management.
Vice President, Demand Marketing
As the VP, Demand Marketing, Olga is responsible for telling the story of innovation Doxim brings to the industry and for driving Doxim's customer-centric marketing strategy. She spent the past 15 years immersed in marketing and technology, leading collaborative teams that bring exceptional products to the market. Prior to Doxim, Olga held marketing and strategy leadership positions at companies of all sizes, from startups to Fortune 500, including Telmetrics, Actuate (acquired by OpenText), and JVL, helping growing B2B software companies scale their business and elevate marketing practices. Olga holds an MBA from the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, an Honors Master's degree in Finance, and an Honors Bachelor's degree in Economics and International Management. Olga is a regular contributor to industry media, covering topics in marketing, financial services, productivity, and work management.
Vice President, Customer Success
As the VP of Customer Success, Janet is responsible for the satisfaction, loyalty, and advocacy of Doxim customers. Janet has over 25 years’ experience in technology leadership helping a diverse list of organizations from small business to Fortune 100 customers with their digital transformation journey. Prior to Doxim, Janet held leadership roles at D2L and OpenText, helping drive business transformation initiatives, GTM strategy and global communications. Janet holds an Honour BES from the University of Waterloo, completed International Studies at Oxford Brookes University, and is a certified adult educator. Janet is a youth mentor and gives back to her community as a Toastmasters chapter volunteer.
Senior Vice President, US Operations
Valentina joined Doxim in 2017, upon Doxim's acquisition of IDS.com. With over 26 years of experience in the print and mail industry, she works to define processes and implement infrastructures necessary for the company’s sustainable growth. Though her primary responsibility is the day-to-day operations, Valentina is also helping the US division achieve financial goals and objectives. With a degree in Business and a minor in Accounting and CIS, she possesses extensive administrative and management expertise. As SVP of US Operations, she keeps the US organization on track while playing an important part in making Doxim vision a reality. Among other human relations awards and honors, she received the Highest Achievement Award (the most prestigious award in the course) from the Dale Carnegie Program.
Vice President, Sales
Paul brings 20 years of industry experience to his role as Vice President of Sales, (Canada). He has built a career helping clients develop and optimize their customer communication systems with process automation, workflow solutions and professional services. Previously, Paul was the Vice President of Enterprise Solutions for Solimar Systems, Inc. Paul has also held senior positions with document industry leaders like RICOH and Pitney Bowes. Paul is a sought-after speaker, author and guest professor at Ryerson University, Sheridan College, and Humber College. He’s also an active member of several document industry boards and associations. Paul graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor’s Degree and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration. In his spare time, Paul both coaches and plays volleyball.
Vice President Sales, Wealth North America
As Vice President Sales, Wealth North America, Scott is responsible for leading Doxim’s Wealth sales team and growth strategy. A 25-year veteran of the customer communications management (CCM) industry, Scott has spent the last 20 years working closely with leading wealth organizations to help them optimize their CCM strategies and the execution of critical operational and marketing programs with a focus on enhancing client experience. Prior to joining the Doxim team, Scott was the SVP & Principle in Market Connections, a provider of Investor Communications solutions that was acquired by Doxim in 2019, and led its Wealth division. Scott is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Commerce degree and has a Post-Graduate diploma in Marketing. When not working, Scott enjoys spending time with his family and is an avid tennis player.