Paul Kennedy, formerly head of content and news at Reuters, and Peter Leichsenring, previously director alliances and channels financial services at Tibco Software, have both joined the recently renamed GoldenSource (known before as Financial Technologies Inc. FTI). Both join in newly created roles. Kennedy has been named vice president of product management based in London. Leichsenring is named vice president, global channel sales, based in Germany and reporting to CEO Mike Meriton. Channel sales will aim to develop partner alliances to sell the GoldenSource Enterprise product suite, first in North America, followed by Europe, Asia Pacific and Japan.
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Kennedy, Leichsenring, Join GoldenSource in Newly Created Roles
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