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Calypso Technology hires Nat Natraj as senior VP, sales and marketing

28 July 2014  |  1867 views  |  0 Source: Calypso Technology, Inc.

Calypso Technology, Inc., a leading provider of software solutions for the financial markets, announced today the appointment of Nat D. Natraj as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Natraj will oversee global sales and marketing for the company. He will report directly to Calypso President and CEO Kishore Bopardikar.

"Nat brings to Calypso deep knowledge and experience in global enterprise software sales and subscription/SAAS sales models. Nat has a proven track record of disciplined sales execution,
exceeding sales targets, and has consistently demonstrated strong results in building effective sales operations and marketing functions," states Kishore Bopardikar.

Prior to Calypso, Natraj was with CA Technologies which he joined through their acquisition of Arcot Systems as Executive Vice President – Worldwide Field Operations. Prior to CA/Arcot, Natraj was the founder of eFORCE, a provider of strategic business solutions, which he grew from inception to over $60M in annual revenue rate in less than 24 months. He has also held senior general management and sales leadership roles with Siebel Systems/Scopus Technology, Alysis Technologies and TRW Financial Systems.

"I am excited to be joining a world class organization such as Calypso," comments Natraj. "Calypso has an incredibly talented and committed team, amazing track record of innovation and a marquee
list of clients. Given the seminal changes in the regulatory environment, and as leading financial institutions strive to achieve product/service differentiation and deliver shareholder value, I believe Calypso is uniquely positioned to be their partner of choice." 

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