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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