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Kx Systems Adds Two in New York

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Kx Systems has named Gavan Corr business development manager and Joanne O’Kane business development executive, both based at is New York office. Corr will manage client relationships as account team leader. O’Kane will provide technical and pre-sales report. Both report to Michael O’Neill, director of Kx sales at First Derivatives, Kx’s strategic partner for financial solutions.

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