PhotoShelter Adds To Management Team

Posted on 3/20/2019 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

PhotoShelter, the leading digital asset management platform for visual storytellers, today announced two dynamic additions to the company’s management team: Kristine Muccigrosso and Daniel Salerno. Muccigrosso joins as the VP of Customer Success and Salerno as the Director of Talent and People Operations.

Muccigrosso and Salerno come on board during an exciting time in the company’s fourteen-year trajectory. Now with 66 employees, PhotoShelter offers two innovative cloud-based technology solutions — a comprehensive business toolset serving over 80,000 professional photographers and Libris, a breakthrough digital asset management platform that helps over 1,000 brands and organizations manage their visual content.

Kristine Muccigrosso, the new VP of Customer Success, comes to PhotoShelter with over 20 years of customer-facing experience in the technology industry. Muccigrosso has held leadership positions at software and services firms including Alpha Theory, FactSet and S&P Capital IQ.

Daniel Salerno, the new Director of Talent and People Operations, has been leading Talent and Human Resources teams for almost a decade. Salerno has held leadership positions across emerging startups and near century-old brands including, Sprinklr and Informa.

“We are thrilled to welcome Kristine and Daniel to PhotoShelter,” said Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter. “Both have tremendous expertise in their fields and we look forward to the energy and vision they will bring to the table as we rapidly grow.”

Over the years, PhotoShelter has been recognized for its business growth and great company culture. Inc. Magazine named PhotoShelter one of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in the United States, and Internet Week has awarded the company for having the "Happiest Employees" in New York City and among the 30 Best Places to Work in NYC Tech. In 2019, the company’s Libris division was also recognized as the Category Leader in digital asset management by G2 Crowd, the world’s top business solutions review website. Check out the notable profile and customer endorsements here:

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