Two women filed separate suits against the tech giant, which employs about 1,400 in Indianapolis, claiming the company passed over them for promotions on multiple occasions due to their race and gender.
M.T. Ray will be responsible for attracting talent to the High Alpha team and helping portfolio companies land leaders and employees.
Salesforce and some of its competitors have been using their Indianapolis operations to help forge a new industry—the creation of cloud-based digital dashboards known as “marketing clouds.”
Speaking in a cafe his company recently opened in downtown’s Gibson Building, Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO Scott McCorkle re-affirmed hiring plans and left the door open for the Connections conference to return to Indy.
Salesforce.com is using its Indianapolis-based Salesforce Marketing Cloud division as the springboard for a nascent business line that company officials believe has the potential to grow rapidly for years to come.
Salesforce.com appears to have scrapped plans to build its own downtown headquarters building and instead is seeking a huge block of space in an office tower to satisfy its aggressive growth plans.