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EnerNOC Inc. has hired Matthew Maloney as vice president of enterprise sales. In this role, Maloney will report to EnerNOC Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales Gregg Dixon and will be responsible for driving the adoption of EnerNOC's technology at Fortune 500 companies.

Over the past 10 years, Maloney served in a variety of sales leadership roles at software company Parametric Technology Corp. (PTC). Prior to PTC, Maloney worked in a number of sales roles at Standard Register Co., which provides enterprise communications products and services.

"Matt has achieved significant success in his career as an enterprise software sales leader, and it's an honor to welcome him to our team," says Dixon. "His experience building world-class sales teams and scaling lines of business for PTC will help EnerNOC as we continue to grow our share of the energy intelligence software market."




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