More NewsReval Appoints Waugh to Board of Directors

Reval Appoints Waugh to Board of Directors

Reval has announced the election of Brad Waugh to its board of directors. Waugh is the president and CEO of Wincor-Nixdorf USA. Waugh is responsible for the performance of Wincor-Nixdorf’s US operations in retail, banking and services, including marketing and sales. He works closely with Wincor-Nixdorf GmbH to execute its business development strategy and company plans to drive the focused expansion of the North American IT services infrastructure. Before Wincor-Nixdorf, Waugh previously served as founder, president and CEO of Watch Hill Partners, a venture-backed Customer Relationship Management (CRM) consulting firm that specialised in the optimisation and mobilisation of sales force and service-level automation of financial services companies. Prior to his executive roles at Watch Hill Partners and Mastercard Advisors, Waugh was executive vice president of Covansys.

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