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Endace appoints new executive team members

29 Sep 09

Neil Livingston has been appointed to the newly-created role of Chief Product Officer, where he will be responsible for product strategy, development and delivery. Livingston was previously the Chief Operations Officer responsible for product development and operations at ProvencoCadmus. Prior to ProvencoCadmus he held senior roles at Ericsson, Modempak, Datacraft and Telecom.

Tim Nichols will take over as Endace’s Director of Marketing. He was most recently responsible for leading the development of marketing strategy, brand and communications at Two Degrees and has held senior marketing positions at Vodafone, ‘3’ UK and BT.

Endace’s CEO Mike Riley said that the new appointments allow Endace to continue to focus on products and growing the market share by raising global awareness.

“To date Endace has largely flown below the radar,” he said. “Customers have found us through word-of-mouth because we’ve been able to solve problems no-one else could help them with.”

He added: “Now that the market for this capability is expanding as network speeds and complexity increase, and Endace recognises the need to tell people about its products and about how we can help them ensure they can really see everything on their networks.”

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