Helping organisations send and access stored data in the public cloud is good business for gateway supplier Nasuni, which is expanding its corporate waistline. Having received additional funding late last year and record results in 2016, Nasuni has decided to go more strongly for growth.
It’s recruited Paul Flanagan as a President. He’s a partner at Sigma Partners and Sigma Prime Ventures, through which he became a Nasuni investor and board member. Now he’s returning to the exec coalface. Tom Rose becomes CMO, coming from HP and Citrix. A VP of Human Resources, Kathleen Parrish, has been appointed as well; recruiters, get your attention focussed on her. It’s also appointed a sales manager for Germany, Zeljko Dodlek, who comes from SimpliVity, with Red Hat, Isilon and NetApp on his CV before that.
Nasuni is moving from its Natick, Massachusetts office to one twice the size in downtown Boston, and that should make recruitment easier.