29West has announced the expansion of its New York operations with two new hires, Michael Guse, director of software engineering, and Matt Saxe, director of east coast sales. Guse will be in charge of building an integration consulting team and will focus on helping 29West customers during their selection and adoption of the company’s low-latency messaging products. Guse has 12 years experience in the technology and financial sectors with firms like Swiss Re, JPMorgan Chase, Mercedes Benz USA, Lehman Brothers and SunGard BRASS. Saxe comes to 29West from IBM, where he was a software sales executive. He has experience with large-scale implementation projects. Guse and Saxe join Kevin Clancey, in leading the New York market expansion for 29West.
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