Unilog (Wayne, PA): Aung Latt is now president of the company. In this role, Latt will oversee all North American operations and work closely with the teams responsible for development, operations, professional services and content services in Unilog’s India-based offices. He will report to the office of the CEO. Latt first joined Unilog in May 2015 and most recently served as senior VP of sales. Under his leadership, the company grew monthly recurring revenue by more than 75% in the past year. With Latt assuming his new responsibility, Brian McCarthy will lead both the eCommerce and Content sales teams as VP of sales.
“Aung has a unique capacity to combine deep business skills with an ability to connect with people in a truly empathetic way,” said Suchit Bachalli, CEO of Unilog in the press release. “He lives our core values and I am excited for what the company can achieve under his leadership. This change is the first step in our plan to better align our organization for future success. Aung will drive the upcoming launch of Unilog’s next generation digital commerce platform while also ensuring Unilog remains unrivaled in our ability to deliver rapid time to value for our customers.”
“Unilog has grown significantly since I joined the company over three years ago,” said Latt in the release. “We recently moved our U.S. headquarters into a larger facility in Wayne, Pennsylvania to accommodate our current and future expansion. My goal is to make sure our customers realize similar growth by helping them succeed with their digital commerce initiatives.”
Latt has more than 20 years of experience in enterprise business software, including sales operations and management, product management and business development, consulting, system implementation and customer support. Prior to joining Unilog, he served as the VP, corporate strategy for DDI System, a developer of ERP solutions distributors. Before that, he spent six years with Epicor Software as its director of sales operations, where he oversaw multiple facets of its sales organization to support the delivery of a $40 million sales quota.