Redwood Software appoints Amede Hungerford as CMO

New CMO Hungerford brings over two decades’ expertise in driving growth and innovation strategies in the enterprise and software technology, and will lead the global marketing team at automation company Redwood Software.

In previous roles, the new appointment served as the CMO of Boomi, a Dell Technologies company, helping the cloud-based integration vendor grow revenue from $60 million to more than $220 million in less than three years.

Hungerford also served as vice-president of global marketing at NetSuite for more than five years, as well as holding marketing leadership roles at Reflektion, Sybase (now part of SAP) and HP.

In addition, Hungerford is a five-year member of the board of directors of the Software & Services Division of the Software and Information Industry Association (SIAA).

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“Redwood has been at the forefront of the shift from traditional job scheduling to business process automation, with a cloud-native platform and flexibility to orchestrate real-time IT, finance, supply chain and other business processes,” said new Redwood CMO, Hungerford.

“I’m thrilled to join a global leader that’s redefining automation with the best-in-class speed, agility and scalability that customers need in our always-on digital world.”

Tijl Vuyk, founder and CEO of Redwood, commented: “Amede brings a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities that companies face in their quest for the true digital transformation.

“We’re delighted to have a proven leader of Amede’s calibre to showcase how Redwood equips companies to orchestrate IT and business processes across complex hybrid environments, that can span from legacy systems to multiple cloud platforms and applications.”

Redwood’s RunMyJobs product has been recognised as the “Best SaaS Workload Automation Solution” by the Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) analyst firm.

The automation provider’s customer base spans over 150 countries, and includes Sony, Coca-Cola, Mercedes-Benz and Wells Fargo.

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