PivotLink, a provider of business intelligence (BI) solutions delivered via software-as-a-service (SaaS), has named Thomas Muise as chief financial officer (CFO). Muise brings more than 27 years of senior-level financial experience in public and private software and systems companies.
Previously, Muise served as CFO of analytic appliance leader Kickfire from 2008 through its acquisition by Teradata in 2010. Prior to that, he served as CFO for PanTerra Networks, a provider of cloud unified communications services, and Knova Software, a leading provider of service resolution management applications. Muise also held senior finance positions over a 12-year period at parallel-processing pioneer Tandem Computers, including director of finance for the Nonstop Software business unit with profit and loss (P&L) responsibility for the database and transaction processing technology business.
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