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Digital transformation specialist Axway has appointed Sergio Gutierrez as its ANZ account director.

"We are delighted to welcome Sergio to the team," said Colman McCaffery, APAC sales and operations vice-president.

"His many years of experience and industry understanding of working with both multi-national and home grown industry leading organisations and partners will enable Axway in Australia and New Zealand to further support our customers and partners in transforming their customer experience through deploying solutions which enable them to innovate faster, reduce risk and drive efficiencies across their business."

Gutierrez joins Axway from IBM where he spent the past seven years in several senior cloud sales and channel partner roles, most recently as a SaaS solutions executive.

He previously worked for HP Autonomy as a business development executive, and as UK and Ireland country manager at ebloo commerce.

Gutierrez holds a BA in humanities from the University of Salamanca, an MA in foreign trade and international relations from Complutense University of Madrid, and an MA in arts management from the University of Sussex.


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