FinancialForce has named two senior vice presidents as part of its global field organization. The company hired Kevin McKay as SVP of customer success, and Susie Sedlacek as SVP of global professional services. The company said the hirings consolidate all customer-facing functions, including sales, professional services, alliances, customer success and support, under the new organization.
Unit4 has named Dave Goossens as EVP of professional services. Goossens worked from Hewlett Packard, which he joined in February 2011. In his most recent role, starting in November 2014, he was VP and GM of software services for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Infor reported net income of $37.6 million for the third quarter ended January 31, compared to a loss of $44.2 million a year ago. And revenue rose to $706.6 million in the most recently end period, an increase of 5.2 percent from $671.6 million in last year's corresponding period.
Bonnie McWilliams Nagayama, who was well-known in the QuickBooks community, has passed away. President of the CPA firm McWilliams & Associates, Nagayama was a top Intuit reseller, according to Doug Sleeter, founder and former head of the Sleeter Group, who called her, "A good friend of mine and someone who helped everyone around her."
Deltek has named Natasha Engan as SVP of global consulting. She had been with IBM from May 2004 before taking the new job. Her positions include serving as VP of North American Security Services from January 2015 through June 2016 and VP of the security financial services market from July 2016. Engan takes the position formerly occupied by Duane Kotsen. Who was originally hired in 2014 as SVP of global services. In her new position, Engan reports to CEO Mike Corkery