Siperian, developer of a master data management (MDM) platform, has appointed four people to its executive team in response to the company’s growth and expansion into new markets. Joining Siperian are Dr Jeff Sidell in the newly created position of chief scientist; Sean Ward as vice president, worldwide sales; Tony Spensieri as vice president, financial services; and Michael Perry as chief financial officer. Sidell most recently led the server engineering group at Enkata Technologies, a business-process optimisation software provider. He is charged with defining the strategic direction of the Siperian MDM Hub. Ward previously served as the western region vice president of sales at PeopleSoft. In his new role Ward is responsible for global sales management and operations. Spensieri joins from his role as vice president, North American sales with GoldenSource Corporation. Spensieri is responsible for the overall strategic direction, growth, and management of Siperian’s product and solution offerings to the financial services industry worldwide. Perry was most recently chief financial officer at Vitria Technology.
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