Mclean, VA (PressExposure) July 05, 2011 -- Jim Dellamore and Andrew J. Nash Augment Global Executive Team to Support Software R&D Firm's Mission to Deliver Innovative Software for Global Companies
The executive-staff additions come as companies are increasingly relying on R&D services in order to bring innovative software offerings to market rapidly and strengthen competitive positions.
Dellamore brings more than 30 years of management and operations experience to GlobalLogic. Prior to joining the company, he served as Executive Vice President of Global Services at Deltek, a leading provider of enterprise software and information solutions. He also served as Senior Vice President of Global Solutions Delivery at GXS, significantly expanding the company's international business. Previously he managed Oracle Corporation's $450M PeopleSoft consulting business as Group Vice President of Consulting, and he held senior positions at Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). Dellamore will report to GlobalLogic CEO Peter Harrison.
Nash joins GlobalLogic with more than 25 years of experience in building, transforming and leading technology enterprises across the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Prior to joining GlobalLogic, he served as Global Head of Sales & Services for E-Commerce Technology at GSI Commerce. Nash has previously served as COO at Visual Sciences, a real-time web analytics enterprise acquired by Omniture; as COO at BroadVision, a leading e-commerce enterprise; and as Executive VP, Services at Baan Company, a global enterprise solutions provider. He also served as a Board Member at Baan Company and a Managing Partner at Deloitte Consulting, where he built and led multiple practices globally. Earlier in his career, Nash held senior positions at Oracle and Arthur Andersen. Nash will report to GlobalLogic president Shashank Samant.
"Jim and Andrew are leaders of exceptional talent and experience, and their contributions will help us broaden our already strong competitive position," said GlobalLogic CEO Peter Harrison. "These key appointments are important to our mission of offering the industry's broadest portfolio of software R&D services, and of continuing to deliver the high level of innovation that has long been associated with the GlobalLogic name."
GlobalLogic is now home to more than 5,500 employees, delivering innovation to leading technology organizations around the globe. Fortune 100 technology leaders as well as cutting-edge emerging companies rely on GlobalLogic to build innovative software that provides a competitive edge in the global economy. With global innovation hubs on three continents, GlobalLogic allows clients to tap a highly skilled talent pool located in state-of-the-art labs that deliver leading-edge cloud, mobile, SaaS, and social applications. The company is connected globally by its award-winning "Velocity" innovation platform, and its teams thrive on Agile collaboration. Backed by tier-one investors Goldman Sachs, NEA, and Sequoia Capital, GlobalLogic is headquartered in the US and has offices in Argentina, China, Germany, India, Israel, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit:www.globallogic.com.
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