Sitecore is the global leader in experience management software that combines content management, commerce, and customer insights. The Sitecore Experience Cloud™ empowers marketers to deliver personalized content in real time and at scale across every channel—before, during, and after a sale. More than 5,200 brands––including American Express, Carnival Cruise Lines, Dow Chemical, and L’Oréal––have trusted Sitecore to deliver the personalized interactions that delight audiences, build loyalty, and drive revenue.

C-Suite On Deck

Responsive image

Q&A with Paige O'Neill, CMO at Sitecore

MEDIA 7 | May 19, 2019

Paige O'Neill, CMO of Sitecore is an experienced, data-driven B2B marketer with enterprise and mid-market SaaS experience that ranges from Fortune 100 to late stage startups and stages in between. Her career graph uniquely combines extensive product marketing and PR / communications backgrounds resulting in an adeptness at creating brand stories and differentiated positioning.  In this thought-provoking Q&A with MEDIA 7, Paige shares her journey into the field of marketing and her unrelenting zest for technology. MEDIA 7: What inspired you to get into Marketing? PAIGE O'NEILL: My journey started when I was a Ph.D. student at New York University, and I thought I was on the road to become a college professor, but one day I had an interview at a high-tech PR firm for a part time job. The enthusiasm for technology at that agency changed the course of my life. I felt enamored with everything I heard about “PR” – even though at the time I didn’t even know what it actually was – so I dropped out of the Ph.D. program and started a career working for IBM’s PR agency. I loved technology communications, but wanted to tackle messaging from a more technical perspective, which led to my interest in product marketing. The transition from technology public relations to a product marketing role wasn’t an easy one. It’s an uncommon trajectory and there wasn’t a precedent at the company I worked for at the time, so I had to build my own path. In the end, I hustled to prove that I could leverage the skills I learned through my communications-focused position and translate them to a more product-focused role. It took persistence to prove that point.

Read More

Events

Related News

Software Security

BLACK KITE LAUNCHES AVIATOR PARTNER PROGRAM TO EXPAND DEPLOYMENT OF TRUSTED CYBER RISK RATINGS SOLUTIONS

Black Kite | August 20, 2021

news image

Black Kite, the trusted cyber risk ratings company, today launched the Black Kite Aviator partner program. Aviator enables IT solutions providers to bolster their portfolio of cyber risk services and help customers secure their supply chains. More than 50 companies have already signed on to the Aviator program. Aviator partner program members will have access to Black Kite's industry-leading platform that simplifies third-party risk management, leverages open-source intelligen...

Read More

FIRST TRUE DATA-CENTRIC SASE SOLUTION FROM FORCEPOINT

Forcepoint | July 28, 2020

news image

Global cybersecurity leader Forcepoint today announced the introduction of its Dynamic Edge Protection suite of cloud-native SASE solutions featuring new Cloud Security Gateway and Private Access offerings. With today's introduction, Forcepoint is delivering the industry's most comprehensive suite of converged capabilities to address enterprises' most critical work-from-home security challenges across network security, threat protection, secure access and data protection.Forcep...

Read More

PERSONAL DATA OF 144K CANADIANS BREACHED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Infosecurity | February 17, 2020

news image

New figures tabled in Canada's House of Commons have revealed that at least 144,000 Canadians have had their personal information mishandled by federal departments and agencies over the past two years. The figures were part of an 800-page document written in response to an Order Paper question filed last month by Conservative MP Dean Allison. No information as to how the data came to be mishandled was included in the federal government's lengthy answer.In total, 7,992 breaches were found...

Read More

Software Security

KEEPER SECURITY PROTECTS AGAINST SUPPLY CHAIN ATTACKS WITH NEW OPEN SOURCE PROJECT

PR Newswire | October 20, 2023

news image

Keeper Security, the leading provider of zero-trust and zero-knowledge cybersecurity software protecting passwords, passkeys, privileged access, secrets and remote connections, today announces a new open source project for software developers and DevOps to easily and securely sign git commits with their Keeper vault. Through Keeper Secrets Manager (KSM), users can now use Secure ...

Read More
news image

Software Security

BLACK KITE LAUNCHES AVIATOR PARTNER PROGRAM TO EXPAND DEPLOYMENT OF TRUSTED CYBER RISK RATINGS SOLUTIONS

Black Kite | August 20, 2021

Black Kite, the trusted cyber risk ratings company, today launched the Black Kite Aviator partner program. Aviator enables IT solutions providers to bolster their portfolio of cyber risk services and help customers secure their supply chains. More than 50 companies have already signed on to the Aviator program. Aviator partner program members will have access to Black Kite's industry-leading platform that simplifies third-party risk management, leverages open-source intelligen...

Read More
news image

FIRST TRUE DATA-CENTRIC SASE SOLUTION FROM FORCEPOINT

Forcepoint | July 28, 2020

Global cybersecurity leader Forcepoint today announced the introduction of its Dynamic Edge Protection suite of cloud-native SASE solutions featuring new Cloud Security Gateway and Private Access offerings. With today's introduction, Forcepoint is delivering the industry's most comprehensive suite of converged capabilities to address enterprises' most critical work-from-home security challenges across network security, threat protection, secure access and data protection.Forcep...

Read More
news image

PERSONAL DATA OF 144K CANADIANS BREACHED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Infosecurity | February 17, 2020

New figures tabled in Canada's House of Commons have revealed that at least 144,000 Canadians have had their personal information mishandled by federal departments and agencies over the past two years. The figures were part of an 800-page document written in response to an Order Paper question filed last month by Conservative MP Dean Allison. No information as to how the data came to be mishandled was included in the federal government's lengthy answer.In total, 7,992 breaches were found...

Read More
news image

Software Security

KEEPER SECURITY PROTECTS AGAINST SUPPLY CHAIN ATTACKS WITH NEW OPEN SOURCE PROJECT

PR Newswire | October 20, 2023

Keeper Security, the leading provider of zero-trust and zero-knowledge cybersecurity software protecting passwords, passkeys, privileged access, secrets and remote connections, today announces a new open source project for software developers and DevOps to easily and securely sign git commits with their Keeper vault. Through Keeper Secrets Manager (KSM), users can now use Secure ...

Read More

Resources

Events

C-Suite On Deck

Responsive image

Q&A with Paige O'Neill, CMO at Sitecore

MEDIA 7 | May 19, 2019

Paige O'Neill, CMO of Sitecore is an experienced, data-driven B2B marketer with enterprise and mid-market SaaS experience that ranges from Fortune 100 to late stage startups and stages in between. Her career graph uniquely combines extensive product marketing and PR / communications backgrounds resulting in an adeptness at creating brand stories and differentiated positioning.  In this thought-provoking Q&A with MEDIA 7, Paige shares her journey into the field of marketing and her unrelenting zest for technology. MEDIA 7: What inspired you to get into Marketing? PAIGE O'NEILL: My journey started when I was a Ph.D. student at New York University, and I thought I was on the road to become a college professor, but one day I had an interview at a high-tech PR firm for a part time job. The enthusiasm for technology at that agency changed the course of my life. I felt enamored with everything I heard about “PR” – even though at the time I didn’t even know what it actually was – so I dropped out of the Ph.D. program and started a career working for IBM’s PR agency. I loved technology communications, but wanted to tackle messaging from a more technical perspective, which led to my interest in product marketing. The transition from technology public relations to a product marketing role wasn’t an easy one. It’s an uncommon trajectory and there wasn’t a precedent at the company I worked for at the time, so I had to build my own path. In the end, I hustled to prove that I could leverage the skills I learned through my communications-focused position and translate them to a more product-focused role. It took persistence to prove that point.

Read More