Reval has appointed Jay McGlynn as SVP, sales for North America and EMEA and Vivian Shpigler as SVP, chief marketing officer. Software sales veteran, McGlynn has over 35 years experience at both large and early stage companies. Prior to joining Reval, McGlynn was SVP of worldwide sales at Parlano, which was sold to Microsoft. Shpigler comes to Reval with 14 years’ experience at business-to-business financial software and information companies. Shpigler joins from Standard & Poor’s where she held the roles of director of marketing optimisation and director of marketing and brand management. Prior to Standard & Poor’s, Shpigler served as the vice president of marketing at Derivatech, a FX derivatives risk management firm, where she played a role leading to the company’s acquisition by a division of SunGard. At Reval, Shpigler is responsible for all marketing and communications activities globally and will work with McGlynn to expand Reval’s solutions.
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