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Meet Jason Kisling

Jason is our first team member based in Japan. We’re delighted to have him on board as our new Solutions Architect.

“I’m really excited to be part of the 2cloudnine team,” Jason said. “The people here are so down to earth and supportive. I can’t wait to work together with our customers to deliver solutions that solve their problems.”

Jason brings extensive experience in the Japanese recruitment sector and Salesforce to our business. He joins after five years at Salesforce where he was the Partner Success Manager for Japanese AppExchange partners. Prior to that, he was a senior consultant involved in both customer success and presales work at a recruitment app provider based on the Salesforce platform.

Jason’s focused on empowering 2cloudnine’s customers across the APAC region to successfully achieve their business goals. In time, he’ll support our future growth in the Japanese market.

“I love problem solving and working on Salesforce. There’s nothing better than working with customers to build something that solves their problem. Seeing their face light up when you achieve that, it’s a wonderful feeling. The opportunity to play that role here, and be part of a growing company, attracted me to 2cloudnine.”

While Jason is new to the payroll sector, he’s excited about what’s ahead.

“I’m really looking forward to learning more, building my business analytical skills, and making the most of the Salesforce platform to continue to grow our product offering. It’s a great time to join.”

Fluent in Japanese, Jason has spent his entire career working in Japan. He moved there from the USA 12 years ago and hasn’t looked back.

“I came as an undergraduate exchange student and went on to work in government for a couple of years before going to grad school to study social psychology research. With all of that behind me, I decided to stay because it’s an amazing place to be. The culture and people are incredible.” 

Away from work, Jason plays the drums in a progressive rock band. He also enjoys photography, cooking and gardening. In fact, he has quite the green thumb, growing a small garden in his Tokyo apartment – something of a rarity for that city. 

It’s great to have you on the team, Jason!


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