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Itiviti Names Josh Monroe as Head of Americas

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Itiviti has appointed Josh Monroe as managing director, head of Americas region. An accomplished sales executive and sales coach with more than 15 years of financial industry experience, Monroe joins Itiviti from Ned Davis Research, where he was global head of sales. He started his career at Morgan Stanley before joining SAC Capital Advisors where he was a VP in the global macro business. Monroe also has prior sales management experience from senior positions with FIS and SunGard. He will be part of Itiviti’s executive management team, reporting to CEO Rob Mackay.

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