Longtime Microsoft channel executive Josh Waldo has joined Nintex as vice president of channel strategy and channel programs.
Nintex is a Bellevue, Wash.-based workflow automation platform provider. "With his passion for partners and extensive management and technology industry expertise, Josh is well-qualified to drive our channel marketing strategy and programs and help our channel partners experience success within the new cloud environment," Nintex CEO John Burton said in a statement.
Waldo was most recently senior director of cloud partner strategy in the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group, where he was responsible for developing programs to help partners sell Microsoft's public cloud services.
According to Nintex's statement, Waldo's charter includes drawing new partners into its current stable of more than 1,000 partners and service providers worldwide.
Posted by Scott Bekker on November 12, 2014 at 4:36 PM
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