STATS Names Jayme Fuller as SVP of Global Partner Development
Sports data and intelligence provider STATS has appointed Jayme Fuller as SVP of Global Partner Development, a new position. Reporting to Chief Revenue Officer Richard Henderson, Fuller will work to expand STATS’ portfolio of global partners in the US and abroad.
Fuller is an accomplished leader with more than 20 years working in the professional services and technology sectors. She has extensive experience directing B2B sales turnarounds, global account growth, sales transformation, new business launches and optimizing customer experience. Fuller joins STATS full-time, after spending the last 12 months as a consultant to the company and developing sales, business development and go-to-market strategies, while building out organizational capabilities to support client partnerships. Prior to consulting for STATS, Fuller led award-winning sales teams for CEB (Gartner), as well as held leadership positions at IBM, Sirius Computer Solutions, and Yahoo!
“With a proven track record of driving revenue growth, implementing change management initiatives and developing market-based value propositions, Jayme is a terrific addition to our team,” says Richard Henderson, Chief Revenue Officer at STATS. “As the leading sports data and technology company in the world, STATS is deeply committed to providing best-in-class solutions and services to our global partners. Jayme’s expertise in sales innovation and driving business impact, along with her enthusiasm for improving customer experience will have an immediate impact on our business as well as our clients’ success.”
“It’s an exciting time to be leading the STATS global partnership team as we continue to work alongside some of the most well regarded media and technology companies, brands and professional leagues in the world,” says Fuller. “The power of sports, innovation driven by AI, and our extensive experience as the industry leader all position STATS to be a premium partner to our global clients – and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.”