Xpoint, a leading geolocation and compliance technology company, has appointed Ron Braunfeld as its chief revenue officer (CRO), as the company continues to enhance its market presence and drive innovative solutions within the geolocation space.

Mr Braunfeld joins Xpoint with a wealth of experience in business development, sales, and strategic partnerships within the technology and venture capital sectors. Most recently he was vice president of business development at Mobi Systems, and prior to that, GM for Philadelphia at Capsule.

Mr Braunfeld has 12+ years of experience within the location technology sector. Early in his career, he led business development efforts at MapQuest. After MapQuest, he went on to be on the founding team at WHERE, leading business development efforts. WHERE was the industry’s first location-based advertising network that was ultimately sold to PayPal. While at PayPal, he led Business Development efforts for the newly formed PayPal Media Network. Other roles within the location technology sector include President of SnipSnap and  vice president of business development at Pingup. 

As CRO, Mr Braunfeld will be responsible for driving Xpoint’s revenue generation efforts, enhancing client relationships, and identifying new business opportunities to ensure the company’s continued growth and success.

Commenting on the appointment, Manu Gambhir, CEO of Xpoint, said: “We are delighted to welcome Ron to our executive team as Chief Revenue Officer. His extensive experience and impressive achievements in business development and sales within the technology and venture capital industries will be invaluable as we expand our offering and strengthen our market position.”

Mr Brounfeld added: “The iGaming and geolocation industries are developing rapidly, so to join an innovative technology-focused company like Xpoint at this time is incredibly exciting. I am looking forward to helping the company continue its strong growth trajectory through the delivery of the most accurate, reliable and cost-effective geolocation services available in the market.”

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