Daniel Fidler specializes in customer marketing and managing customer success teams. While at Applause Daniel worked as Customer Marketing Manager and contributed to the writing of the Applause digital magazine, and blog.
Daniel graduated from Stonehill College in 2011 with a degree in Marketing. While at Stonehill Daniel participated in Track and Field, and Cross-country. He gained experience as Global Customer Marketing Manager for Mimecast, a cybersecurity provider based in London.
Daniel now works as a Senior Customer Success Manager for GreatHorn. GreatHorn’s main office is located in Waltham, Massachusets. GreatHorn was founded in 2015 and provides organizations with email security and cybersecurity solutions.
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