Senior VP, Worldwide Sales at Incognito Software
Joined on January 17, 2013
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A veteran of the technology industry, Will brings close to 20 years of experience in executive management, business development, strategy, and sales management. At Incognito Software, he is responsible for setting sales strategic directions, establishing sales process, building sales support tools such as pricing models, ROI models and marketing collaterals and orchestrating cross-functional teams with Product Management, Support and Engineering.
Previously, Will was the chief market strategist for the Americas Cable Market at Alott Communications. He has also served in the role of executive vice president, Sales, Marketing and Business Development at Auspice, a platform and OSS/network management software vendor sold to Arris. He was additionally the director of business development in the CRM and Business intelligence group of Oracle Corporation.
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