More NewsClusterSeven Appoints a New VP and Signs Nine New Clients

ClusterSeven Appoints a New VP and Signs Nine New Clients

ClusterSeven has announced increased uptake for its software in North America and Europe since autumn of last year. The firm reported nine new contract wins, consisting of seven investment banks and two hedge funds. To support the increased business, the company has added several critical positions to the organisation. Mike Finta, the latest strategic hire, has accepted the role of global vice president of product development and will be based in London. In this capacity, he will extend ClusterSeven’s product and market reach globally and look into expanding the firm across other major hubs in North America. He will bring over 20 years of experience in managing enterprise applications development for leading global software vendors as well as startup companies. He will report to Ralph Baxter, director of marketing and strategy.

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