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Lind Leaves Industry Analyst Role for Vendor Side

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Tim Lind has left The TowerGroup to join enterprise data management company GoldenSource. In his new role, Lind is senior vice president for product strategy, responsible for strategic planning, market research, competitive intelligence and product positioning. He will report to executive vice president Mark Zill, and will operate from both New York and Boston. Lind previously spent four years with The TowerGroup as a director and senior analysts for securities and investments. He has also worked for Swift in Belgium and Brown Brothers Harriman.

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