Scott Raskin is President of Quotient. He joined the Company in August 2019 after serving on the Board of Directors. Prior to joining Quotient, Scott was President and Chief Executive Officer of Spigit, Inc., the market leader in innovation management software, and led the company through several years of record sales and customer growth. He also served as a member of their Board of Directors.
Prior to acquiring Spigit in 2014, he spent eight years growing Mindjet from a startup to a category leader in cloud-based productivity, acquired by Corel in 2016. Before that, Raskin served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Telelogic. Through strategic acquisitions and organic growth, he built a team of more than 1,200 employees in thirty countries. His efforts resulted in the successful acquisition of Telelogic by IBM. Earlier in his career, Raskin served as Vice President of Sales and Corporate Development at Nexgenix, a pioneer in e-commerce solutions, where he grew the business from startup to exit. Raskin has also held senior management positions at Bachman Information Systems and MAI Basic Four.
Raskin currently serves on the Board of Directors for privately held MariaDB and Neology, Inc. He also served on the board of CRS Temporary Housing, acquired by GenNx360 Capital Partners and Cision AB, acquired by GTCR. He is a charter member of the San Francisco Bay YPO Chapter and past Chapter President. Raskin graduated from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, Austin.