News : Ceridian Promotes Larry Dunivan to Chief Revenue Officer
Minneapolis, MN, USA, May 11, 2016 -- Ceridian, a global human capital management technology company, announces that Larry Dunivan has been promoted to Chief Revenue Officer, responsible for all customer-facing operations including Sales, Services, Support, Alliances and Customer Success.
Larry has over 30 years experience in the Human Capital Management industry. He joined Ceridian in 2011 as Executive Vice President, Products and Technology and was instrumental in the transformation of Ceridian to a cloud-based company. Two years later, he was appointed Executive Vice President of Sales in North America where he focused on the revenue growth of the cloud-based Dayforce HCM. His straightforward communication approach, commitment and extensive industry knowledge led the team to year-over-year success.
"Larry’s new role will allow us to continue our focus of building a dynamic organization laser-focused on having the best, highly engaged employees dedicated on delivering the best customer experience in the industry," says Paul Elliott, President and COO, Ceridian.
"This is a great day for me - a new opportunity with an expanded focus," says Larry Dunivan, Chief Revenue Officer, Ceridian. "We’ve built a tremendous foundation for continuing growth, and I’m excited to help lead Ceridian in delivering great experiences for our employees and top-notch customer experiences."
Prior to Ceridian, Larry served as Senior Vice President of HCM Products at Lawson (now Infor) and had responsibility for product management and product development for human capital management solutions globally. He is a recognized HR industry influencer and held a variety of leadership positions throughout the industry.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Friday, May 13, 2016