NeoXam Hires Data Sales Vets in Key Growth Markets

The vendor is positioning its sales force to meet anticipated increases in demand for data management solutions from buy-side firms and tier-two banks around the globe.

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NeoXam is banking on Africa as a major source of demand for data management solutions over the next decade.

Data management software vendor NeoXam has made a handful of key sales hires in offices around EMEA and the Middle East as part of a new five-year growth plan instituted after the company’s acquisition in May by private equity firms Cathay Capital and Bpifrance.

Over the past two months, the vendor has hired Markus Titze as sales director for the DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) area, enlisted Ettie Takacs as a business development consultant in Israel

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