Chief Marketing Officer
As chief marketing officer of Onyx CenterSource, Mike Touhey provides strategic marketing direction to the company. A senior marketing leader with more than 20 years of building businesses, Mike has a proven track record of driving revenue and profitable growth across categories.
Mike joined Onyx CenterSource in 2015 to guide the company to realize the full potential of its brand as a leading provider of B2B payments and business intelligence solutions to the global hospitality industry. He spearheaded the successful brand consolidation and go to market integration of two Onyx acquisitions, together with the development of a new brand positioning, product portfolio rationalization, and website. He has led the scaling of new customer acquisition via digital marketing efforts as well as heads up product marketing for new Onyx offerings. Further, he is charged with amplifying customer engagement through conferences and events as well as value-added content that inspires and educate the industry.
Before joining Onyx, Mike served as marketing leader for Intuit’s B2B ProTax software division, leading his team to deliver lead generation, new customer acquisition and revenue growth. Prior to Intuit, Mike held progressive marketing roles across a variety of businesses, including vice president of marketing for Hostess and Dean Foods, where he fueled adoption of new products in growth categories through leverage of customer insights.
Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Boston College and an MBA from Cornell University. He resides with his wife and children in the Dallas area.
“Although my professional career has been largely spent in industries other than travel, I’ve been personally passionate about travel since I was a boy. Road trips with my family as a kid, backpacking in Europe as a young adult and now trips with my own family rank among my best memories. It’s been a thrill for me to connect a personal passion to a career in a global business with a global customer base. Experiencing other places, people and cultures always provides better context for life at home.”