Onit Appoints Eric Robertson as Vice President of Product Management
Onit, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise workflow solutions, including enterprise legal management, contract lifecycle management, and business process automation, announced that it has appointed Eric Robertson as vice president of product management. Robertson, an automation expert, and patent holder has decades of experience working with digital transformation companies and leading platform strategy, architectural design, product marketing, Agile project management, and product management functions.
“Eric’s extensive knowledge of enterprise technology, proven leadership, and entrepreneurial experience make him an ideal executive as Onit continues its aggressive growth,” commented Eric M. Elfman, CEO of Onit. “He will be instrumental in driving the definition and delivery of our products. We’re excited to welcome him to the Onit family.”
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As the vice president of product management for Onit, Robertson will provide focus on leading the development of product road maps, identifying new market opportunities, and informing go-to-market strategies and messaging. He will grow the company’s talented team of product managers and product owners for the Onit Apptitude business process automation platform and its Apps and solutions that include enterprise legal management and contract lifecycle management.
Before joining Onit, Robertson served as vice president of strategy at Digital.ai, where he led and implemented the overall platform strategy and road map. As vice president of product management and engineering at CollabNet VersionOne, he provided pioneering vision and strategic direction for their SaaS-based Value Stream Management platform and defined priority areas that fulfilled enterprise solutions revenue goals. He also served at Cisco, where he was a vital member of the Cisco Center of Excellence that created Cisco Data Center Solutions and Intelligent Automation Services for Enterprises and crafted the strategy for driving strategic reseller agreements between Cisco and SAP.
Robertson holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering and software engineering from the University of Texas, Austin. He also has an advanced project management certification from Stanford University.