Technology Developers Seek Greater Expertise in Other Areas

Developers like Softeq, Elemica and Kinetica have brought on new experts in various fields including sales, finance and business to gain better reach with their technologies.

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Softeq looks for global growth in sales

Software developer Softeq Development Corporation is targeting a global audience as it has created a new position devoted to sales worldwide.

Jeremy McKeon, who comes from various leadership roles in sales, steps into the new role where he is responsible for account management, business development and customer engagement. Most recently, he was the vice president of worldwide sales and alliances at Maana. His past jobs span industry sectors such as technology, oil, medical, data security and others.

Elemica Drives Growth with New Management

Coming from Grant Thornton as managing director of business transformation, Steve Lyman is stepping into the role of senior vice president of professional services at Elemica to grow its clientele.

The digital supply network has also appointed Cindi Han to vice president of logistics and general manager of transportation management system Eyefreight, after its recent acquisition into Elemica. While leading Eyefreight’s day-to-day operations, she will maintain her role as vice president of logistics product management at Elemica.

With these new appointments, Elemica is hoping to drive forward a digital transformation.

Previously, Lyman was responsible for delivering successful client relationships along with business transformation programs.

Elemica recently partnered with Foodvalley NL hoping to connect world-class organizations with innovative solutions.

Kinetica Aims for Seasoned Execs to Scale Platform

Dean Neese is taking over as chief financial officer of analytics platform Kinetica, where he will manage financial operations and drive growth.

Kientica is aiming to support its relationships within the G2000, and says its new hire reflects a company-wide strategy that targets seasoned executives to accomplish missions like this.

Neese now reports to CEO Paul Appleby. He is accredited with executing more than 30 acquisitions, joint ventures, divestitures and initial public offerings. He has also served as chief financial officer of Qubole.

eWorkplace Follows SAP-Partnership Extension with New Sales Appointments

Software developer eWorkplace Manufacturing Inc. is hoping to grow its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platforms by bringing on new sales talent.

Chief of sales for BatchMaster, Tim Shorter, steps into the platform after 20 years of various senior roles in sales at other software development companies. Similarly, Mike Davies takes the director of sales position for eWorkplace’s OptiProERP after working with competitor SYSPRO in sales.

eWorkplace recently announced that it was extending its long-term partnership with SAP Business One to deepen innovation.