MuleSoft appoints Shay Mowlem chief marketing officer

MuleSoft has appointed Shay Mowlem chief marketing officer (CMO). As CMO, he will oversee global marketing strategy, said the company in a statement. Mr. Mowlem will report to MuleSoft’s CEO, Greg Schott.

Prior to joining MuleSoft, Mr. Mowlem held multiple executive marketing positions at Splunk. His earlier experience includes marketing leadership roles at CA Technologies, Opsware (acquired by HP) and Portal Software (acquired by Oracle). Mr. Shay earned degrees in physics and electrical engineering from Binghamton University and Columbia University.


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