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MetricStream Creates ‘Office of the CEO’

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California-based Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) and integrated risk management (IRM) solutions provider MetricStream has created a new ‘Office of the CEO’ led by Andreas Diggelmann, interim CEO, and Gaurav Kapoor, COO. Former CEO Mikael Hagstroem has left to pursue other interests, but will retain a seat on the board.

Diggelmann was formerly EVP and CTO at MetricStream responsible for products, engineering, and consulting; while Kapoor Kapoor has been involved with the company since its inception, responsible for its Go-to-Market strategy including sales, marketing, communities, partner and alliances ecosystem and geographic expansion.

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