Comscore chief operating officer Kathryn Bachmann has left at the end of May after serving for less than two months. Comscore’s spokesperson confirmed her exit to Marketing, adding that it has no plans to find a replacement at this time. The spokesperson also did not comment on who will be taking over her duties.
Based in the United States, Bachmann has a background in data and analytics, with work experiences at martech companies such as Throtle and MarketShare. Prior to Comscore, she was the chief operating officer at Throtle for a year. Marketing has reached out to her for more comments.
Her exit comes shortly after Comscore announced a 10% reduction in workforce during its first quarter earnings call in early May. The restructure also saw the resignation of senior vice president for APAC Joe Nguyen, who was later replaced by new APAC heads, executive vice president for EMEA & APAC, Guido Fambach; and senior vice president for APAC Kedar Gavane.
In April, Comscore had also confirmed the exit of other top management executives, CEO Bryan Wiener and president Sarah Hofstetter. Dale Fuller was named as the interim chief executive officer, while there are no plans to fill Hofstetter’s position.
When asked about the recent departures, Fuller said in a statement to Marketing that “these are normal ebbs and flows of business, as we continue to provide our customers with excellent products and services”.