TMCnet Feature
February 22, 2014

Comings and Goings: Tech Execs on the Move

By Michelle Amodio, TMCnet Contributor

Wrapping up the latest in tech headlines this week, and we’ve seen executives coming and going from various companies. Let’s see who has moved where and what to expect in the future.

Interactive Intelligence (News - Alert) saw three new positions, of which they tapped current talent to fulfill, which will help them stay current with the times and stay fluid amongst its geographical spread.

Tom Fisher, former vice president of sales operations who joined Interactive in 2002 is now chief services officer, and will now be responsible for the coordination of all on-premises and cloud services. Gary Blough, formerly the company's executive vice president of worldwide sales who also joined the company in 1997, will now serve has chief international officer, overseeing international sales responsibility for coordinating all cross-departmental activities outside North America.

Read more about the third position within Interactive Intelligence and where the company sees itself for the future via the full report.

In other comings and goings news, Ursula Philipp recently joined Entuity (News - Alert), a premier global provider of enterprise-class network management solutions, as the new Regional Sales Manager, D-A-CH and Eastern Europe.

According to the report, Ms. Philipp holds more than 25 years of experience in software sales and sales management and will put in all her efforts on Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Eastern Europe.

"We are actively planning for a significant increase in new partners joining the Entuity Channel Partner (News - Alert) Program due to the rising demand for our solution throughout German speaking Europe. More companies are telling us they need innovative network management solutions like Entuity to replace older, un-integrated and operationally inefficient systems that have been in place for decades and have become increasingly out of date or totally obsolete,” said Philipp in a release.

Read more about how the new hire will help Entuity for the future via the full report.

Last but not least, Matthew Vallance was named CEO of Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS), a global leader in business process management (BMP). Vallance brings with him 20 years of experience in various industries including global outsourcing, telecom, and merging markets.  

"With his extensive knowledge of the outsourcing market and experience as an entrepreneurial business leader in several geographies, Matthew is the ideal person to lead the evolution of our business in the UK and Continental Europe. I welcome him to the team," said chief executive officer, Partha De Sarkar.

Read more about what Vallance will bring to the table for HGS via the full report.

That’s it for this week’s news recap on who has come and who has gone in tech. Watch TMCnet for news as it happens with executives on the move.  

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