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New executives announced at InfusionSoft, Mindjet, Mobiquity, and other software companies

By October 24, 2011August 19th, 2021Exec Moves

Advanced Micro Devices, a Sunnyvale, CA designer and manufacturer of semiconductor technologies, named Mark Papermaster VP and chief technology officer. He was formerly VP of Silicon Engineering at Cisco Systems.
Aggregate Knowledge, a San Mateo, CA provider of campaign and audience analytics SaaS software for advertisers, named Douglas Grounds VP of Customer Success. He was formerly VP of Global Solutions Consulting at Adobe Systems.
Exide Technologies, a Milton, GA provider of energy storage technologies, named Paul Hirt as president of American Region. He was formerly CEO at Sigma Electric Manufacturing.
Infusionsoft, a Gilbert, AZ provider of sales and marketing automation software, named Hal Halladay SVP of Corporate Development. He was formerly co-founder and CEO at
Interactions Corporation, a Franklin, MA provider of automated systems for customer care, named David Parkinson COO. He was formerly executive vice president of America’s at Trustwave.
Mindjet, a San Francisco, CA provider of enterprise collaboration solutions, named Jascha Kaykas-Wolff chief marketing officer. Kaykas-Wolff was formerly SVP of Marketing and Customer Success at Involver.
Mobile Messenger, a Boston, MA provider of technology and solutions for mobile payments and mobile marketing, named Todd Kokoszka chief technology officer. He was formerly area vice president of engineering at Sybase 365.
Mobiquity, a Boston, MA provider of enterprise-class mobile solutions, named Bob Egan VP of Client Services. He was formerly managing director and founder at The Sepharim Group. Mobiquity also named Ty Rollin chief architect. Rollin was formerly CTO at My-Take. In addition, Lori Cohen was named VP of Marketing. She was formerly strategic marketing consultant at Mavens & Moguls.
Ooyala, a Mountain View, CA provider of online video technology and services, named Caitlin Spaan VP of Marketing. Spaan was formerly head of marketing at VUDU., a San Francisco, CA provider of enterprise cloud computing solutions, named Burke Norton EVP and chief legal officer. Norton was formerly EVP, general counsel and secretary at Expedia.
ThinkVine, a Cincinnati, OH provider of marketing optimization software, named Mark Battaglia CEO. He was formerly venture partner at MK Capital.
Vyatta, a Belmont, CA provider of open source software-based networking for physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures, named Jon Arnold managing director of EMEA. He was formerly sales director of Northern Europe at Riverbed Technologies.
Venator Partners is a Boston-based executive search firm that specializes in recruiting senior-level executives in the software, new media and online industries.

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