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6clicks appoints Craig Adams as new Chief Revenue Officer

Louis Strauss |

January 22, 2024

6clicks appoints Craig Adams as new Chief Revenue Officer


London, United Kingdom – 22 January, 2024. 6clicks, the leading AI-powered GRC platform, announced Craig Adams as their new Chief Revenue Officer today. Effective 22nd January 2024, Craig succeeds Michelle Torrey-Teunissen, who has retired. 


With a distinguished career spanning over two decades in the software market globally, Craig brings a wealth of expertise and unmatched market knowledge and understanding to this pivotal role. Craig has worked in leadership roles at several vendors, including HP Software and Diligent. Most recently, he was the Managing Director of EMEA for Protecht. 

"I feel very privileged to take on this role at such an exciting time in the world of risk and compliance, especially given the rise of AI and its related impact — the market, people, regulators, and technology are changing and adapting rapidly. 6clicks' unique Hub & Spoke architecture and AI capability position them as a leader in the GRC market with a unique platform and offering that will benefit businesses and advisors for years to come," said Craig. 

In his new role as CRO, Craig will be based in London, UK, where 6clicks have just opened their new office in Soho, and his remit will encompass driving revenue growth globally for 6clicks. Louis Strauss, 6clicks co-founder, has also relocated to London to support the continued expansion in the northern hemisphere. 

6clicks' Chief Executive Officer, Anthony Stevens, believes that Craig's appointment arrives at a pivotal time for the company, aligning with its rapid expansion and ambitions to become a significant challenger to traditional GRC vendors. "His strategic foresight, leadership, and market awareness align beautifully with our goal to delight our customers. His expertise will drive our mission forward, ensuring that 6clicks meets evolving market demands and continues delivering a better GRC experience for all." 

At the same time, 6clicks bids farewell to current CRO, Michelle Torrey-Teunissen, who has played a vital role in turning 6clicks into a global brand. Anthony Stevens said, "We extend our warmest thanks to Michelle for her significant contribution and wish her continued success in her retirement." 

Craig Adams' appointment as Chief Revenue Officer marks an exciting chapter in 6clicks' continued growth and dedication to innovation in the global GRC market, with a track record in challenging the traditional GRC proposition. 

View Craig Adams' online profile. 


About 6clicks  

Recognizing the immense challenges facing risk and compliance teams, 6clicks was founded to apply the power of AI within a productive management framework to do more with less and rapidly achieve their risk and compliance goals. Aside from being fast to implement and easy to use, 6clicks is making waves in the market through:  

  • Their unique Hub & Spoke architecture – designed from the ground up to support multi-tenanted distributed GRC deployment - is perfect for large enterprises, advisors, and MSPs. 
  • Hailey, the 6clicks AI engine that does what would take weeks in seconds, including compliance mapping and policy gap analysis, control set and control description automation, and now automated audit and assessment responses.    

  • A simple and transparent licensing model, which includes unlimited users, vendors, audits and assessments, and access and use of their extensive integrated content, ensures that company-wide adoption and the related costs are transparent, cost-effective, and simple.  

As the name suggests (read: "The founder's story: How 6clicks was born and what's behind the name"), 6clicks makes it easy to manage risk and compliance—faster and with greater accuracy, consistency, and scalability. Designed for advisors and businesses and powered by AI and integrated content, 6clicks is reinventing the world of GRC, replacing traditional incumbents like ServiceNow, Diligent, OneTrust, RSA Archer, Protecht, and CAMMS.