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Stern joins MuleSoft as regional vice-president A/NZ

Stern joins MuleSoft as regional vice-president A/NZ

Target to drive growth across the region

Enterprise software and Cloud solutions provider, MuleSoft, has appointed Jonathan Stern regional vice-president of Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).

Based in Sydney, Stern has more than 20 years of IT industry experience in regional management and sales leadership working across data and application integration, analytics, business process management (BPM) and Cloud computing.

He will drive continued growth across the region, building on its solid base of customers in A/NZ and report directly to Will Bosma, vice-president of Asia Pacific.

Stern was previously Informatica A/NZ managing director where he was instrumental in more than doubling local revenue and acquiring new customers in the financial services, retail and public sector market segments.

Prior to that he worked as business unit executive at IBM WebSphere Software where he was responsible for extending the customer base and driving license revenue, specifically within the enterprise connectivity and BPM business lines. At IBM, he also held executive positions across the Lotus and Tivoli brands.


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