Lakeside Software Welcomes New Chief Revenue and Chief Marketing Officers

BOSTON, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Lakeside Software, a leader in digital experience monitoring software, today announced the addition of two industry veterans to its executive team. Eric Fischer has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer, and Bill Hobbib has joined as Chief Marketing Officer. With Lakeside fueled by a recent investment from global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners, Fischer and Hobbib are joining the company to build out a world-class go-to-market team focused on driving long-term customer and partner relationships and accelerating the company’s growth.

With the rapid transformation of the distributed workforce and need for analytics and automation to cost-effectively improve the computing experience of employees, the demand for Lakeside’s digital experience monitoring (DEM) platform, SysTrack, is dramatically increasing. Widespread deployment of Lakeside’s platform in 20% of Global 500 accounts as well as the strong adoption of its cloud solution has further propelled

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Ivanti Names Melissa Puls Chief Marketing Officer | News

SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ivanti, the company that automates IT and Security Operations to discover, manage, secure and service from cloud to edge, announced it has appointed Melissa Puls as senior vice president and chief marketing officer (CMO). Puls brings decades of experience to Ivanti with a strong track record of fueling growth through a customer-centric approach and integrating marketing strategies for acquired companies.

As CMO, Puls will lead Ivanti’s global marketing function to drive expansion and adoption of the company’s enterprise software solutions globally.

“Melissa is the ideal leader to enrich and expand the Ivanti marketing footprint as we actively grow, both organically and through acquisition,” said Jeff Abbott, president of Ivanti. “Her market insights, go-to-market expertise and deep understanding of the customer engagement journey, will play a valued role on the Ivanti executive team as we continue building our market position as

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Qdoba Names Jeannie Cho Chief Marketing Officer

Qdoba named Jeannie Cho Chief Marketing Officer. In this role, Cho will lead QDOBA’s marketing and brand strategy to unlock additional growth for the company.

“I am excited to have Jeannie – a seasoned food-industry marketing executive – as an integral member of the QDOBA team,” says Keith Guilbault, CEO of QDOBA. “She brings tremendous ability to elevate our brand position and purpose to achieve top line growth through her strategic and breakthrough thinking. I am confident that Jeannie’s analytical and creative approach to marketing will lead to even greater success for QDOBA.”

Before joining QDOBA, Cho held successive roles at PepsiCo where she led multi-billion dollar brand portfolios to industry leading growth. Most recently, she served as the Vice President of Marketing, Frito-Lay Portfolio, and previously as Vice President of Marketing, Global Brands (Lay’s, Doritos, Cheetos), having also served in innovation and digital leadership positions. During her tenure, Cho

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linked2pay Adds Sarah Guckes as Chief Marketing Officer

OXNARD, Calif., Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — linked2pay, a leading payment software technology provider, announced today the appointment of Sarah Guckes as Chief Marketing Officer. Guckes will be responsible for building the brand and deploying go-to-market strategies across multiple channels.

“We are excited to have Sarah leading our marketing strategy given her vast marketing experience and in-depth payment knowledge,” said Robert “Jay” McShirley, CEO of linked2pay. “As we embark on this next chapter in our company and continue the growth of our leadership team, marketing will be a critical component to our growth strategy.”

Guckes has over 20 years of B2B marketing experience building and leading high performing marketing teams, and over 6 years in payment technology. Most recently, she served as Head of Marketing for Solera, an automotive technology company, Prior to that, she was Vice President of Marketing at First American Payment Systems and Vice President of

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The US economy can survive without new stimulus until after the election and avoid a double-dip recession, Morgan Stanley’s investment chief says

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  • The US economy doesn’t need stimulus in the next 30 days, Morgan Stanley’s top equity strategist told CNBC’s “Closing Bell” on Tuesday. 
  • “I don’t think we need stimulus in the next 30 days for the economy to stay afloat. There is no risk of a double dip recession in the next 30 days if we don’t get the stimulus done,” Mike Wilson said.
  • He thinks the S&P 500 will fall to 3,100 in the “worst case”, if a stimulus deal has not been met. 
  • US president Donald Trump signaled an end to stimulus talks on Tuesday, but made an apparent U-turn hours later and tweeted urging lawmakers to approve more stimulus. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The US economy doesn’t need more fiscal stimulus and faces no risk of a “double dip recession”, even if a deal doesn’t get passed in the next

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Tom Sampson, chief of Calgary Emergency Management Agency, retires

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After a 35-year career in handling public emergencies, Tom Sampson, the chief of the Calgary Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), is retiring.



a man standing in front of a building: CEMA Chief Tom Sampson announces his retirement in front of the Emergency Operations Centre on Oct. 7, 2020.


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CEMA Chief Tom Sampson announces his retirement in front of the Emergency Operations Centre on Oct. 7, 2020.

Sampson’s career spanned time in EMS, the Calgary Fire Department (CFD), and finally CEMA.

Sampson announced his retirement at a press conference Wednesday before leaving for B.C. to provide medical care for his sister and brother-in-law.

“Retiring during the pandemic — tough decision,” Sampson said. “Quite honestly, I was going to leave earlier and I’ve pushed that off. And actually yesterday I agreed to stay another month to ensure the appropriate transition to the new chief of CEMA.”

Read more: Calgary councillors to pressure provincial government to reverse EMS dispatch consolidation

Sampson said his original intent was to see the city out of its state of local emergency,

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Ludovic Blanquet Joins smartTrade as Chief Product and Strategic Planning Officer

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LONDON & AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France–(BUSINESS WIRE)–smartTrade Technologies today announces that Ludovic Blanquet has joined as Chief Product and Strategic Planning Officer. Ludovic will support smartTrade to deliver world class integrated eTrading solutions.

Ludovic brings 20 years of industry experience to the role. He joins from Finastra where he was the Global Head of Product Strategy across its five lines of business. Prior to this, he built Credit Agricole APAC’s global equities trading platform and was APAC regional director for SmartStream, a corporate banking software vendor. Ludovic has experience working across multiple international markets having lived in Tokyo, London and Singapore during his career.

Ludovic will help shape smartTrade’s vision to deliver the leading cross-asset eTrading solution, capitalising on its market leading eFX LiquidityFX (LFX) cloud offering. Now based in London, Ludovic will lead a team of strategy and product managers responsible for designing and delivering on the future product

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Trump and Biden are the ‘diametric opposites’ of what the US economy needs. Here’s why the elections will drive increased market volatility and risk, one chief economist says

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  • President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden are the “diametric opposites” of what the US economy needs, Saxo Bank’s chief economist said on Thursday.
  • “Both would spend huge amounts of money, both would lean on the Fed for supporting easy financing conditions and neither of them would seek deep reform,” the economist, Steen Jakobsen said. “So to a large extent, the two Presidential candidates are the diametric opposite of what the US needs.”
  • Saxo Bank outlined three distinct outcomes between October and the presidential inauguration on January 20.
  • Here’s why the presidential elections are expected to drive increased market volatility and risk.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump and Democrat nominee Joe Biden are the “diametric opposites” of what the US needs, Steen Jakobsen, Saxo Bank’s chief economist said on Thursday.

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In the bank’s fourth-quarter outlook, Jakobsen said

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Jennifer Johnson Joins Amplitude as First-Ever Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer

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SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Amplitude, the global leader in product intelligence, today appointed enterprise software marketing and category designer veteran Jennifer Johnson, former chief marketing officer (CMO) at Tenable (Nasdaq: TENB), as the company’s first-ever chief marketing and strategy officer. In this newly created role, Johnson will spearhead Amplitude’s corporate and marketing strategy to lead the company through its next phase of growth and redefine how digital organizations–big and small–adopt product intelligence.

Johnson is a three-time powerhouse enterprise software CMO, well-known for innovation, creativity, and propelling disruptive companies into defining, transforming and leading market categories. Most recently, she was the first-ever CMO at Tenable, one of the most respected brands in cybersecurity, and played an instrumental role in the company’s successful IPO in 2018. Previously, Johnson served as Tanium’s first-ever CMO, leading the company through consecutive years of triple-digit hypergrowth. Before Tanium, Johnson was CMO

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Norway oil fund’s new chief overhauls management

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Nicolai Tangen has put his stamp on the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund, removing his predecessor from the top leadership group and placing an emphasis on technology and responsible ownership at Norway’s $1tn oil fund.

In his first public steps since taking over as chief executive after a contentious hiring process, Mr Tangen found no place in his smaller leadership team for his predecessor Yngve Slyngstad.

Mr Tangen told the Financial Times in his first interview as chief executive that the shake-up was “the perfect trade-off between continuity and some refreshment”.

The former hedge fund manager has set up three new jobs: a chief operating officer, chief technology officer and a chief real assets officer in charge of the fund’s investments in both property and infrastructure.

“This is already a very strong organisation and a great fund. There’s no kind of need for a full-scale change,” Mr Tangen said.

But

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