Scalefast Appoints Chief Revenue Officer with Growth and Expansion in Mind

Scalefast Appoints Chief Revenue Officer with Growth and Expansion in Mind (1)

Digital commerce solution brings in new Chief Revenue Officer, Nicolas Chaumartin, to spearhead growth and expansion trajectory

Scalefast, a Los Angeles-based digital commerce solution that is changing the way brands do direct-to-consumer (DTC) eCommerce, is pleased to announce the appointment of Nicolas Chaumartin as Chief Revenue Officer.

As the newly appointed Chief Revenue Officer, Nicolas will be managing all customer-facing segments of the company, and will be responsible for building company revenue in Scalefast’s next phase of growth and expansion.

An accomplished business executive, Nicolas has a proven track record of leading and motivating high-performing sales teams. He was instrumental in closing large deals with Silicon Valley’s tech giants, developed an outside-in innovation culture in business development and established best-in-class account management practices.

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Nicolas joins Scalefast’s fast-growing eCommerce team from IDEMIA, where he was VP of Digital Strategic Alliances. He spearheaded multiple large digitally transformative projects that lead to the deployment of Payment and IoT Connectivity both in the U.S. and in Asia, making IDEMIA one of the first companies to do so. Prior to becoming a key representative of IDEMIA in the Silicon Valley and developing programs with the tech giants, Nicolas held a variety of roles from Software Developer to Head of Product Management.

“Scalefast is committed to guiding brands through the challenging, complex world of eCommerce as a true partner. I am pleased to have Nicolas join us and have him bring his energy, work ethic and passion to help us in our mission,” said Nicolas Stehle, CEO of Scalefast.

Nicolas holds an Engineering degree in Computer Science from Grenoble Institute of Technology (France), which he has complemented with business programs at ESSEC Business School and UCLA Anderson School of Management.