Jamcracker Announces Management Changes
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Web services provider Jamcracker Monday says it is making some major changes to its management line-up.
The Cupertino, Calif.-based company says it is promoting Todd Johnson to senior vice president of its Jamcracker platform business and Bruce Hartsough to vice president, engineering and operations. The company is also hiring Samir Bodas as its new vice president of strategic alliances.
In his new role, Johnson keeps his responsibility for worldwide marketing and business development and will add responsibility for infrastructure operations and engineering. He will also oversee the Company's strategic alliances programs.
"Todd and Bruce have been invaluable in Jamcracker's evolution, and we appreciate their continued dedication to ensuring our platform enables our customers to easily access, manage, integrate and support a variety of Web-enabled applications from any source," says Jamcracker chairman and CEO K. B. Chandrasekhar. "We're thrilled to have Samir on board to direct our channel efforts, which will help our partners enter the Web services market quickly."
Samir joins Jamcracker from imandi.com, where he was the Vice President of Merchant Sales and Marketing. Hartsough and Johnson have been with the company for several years.
The company specializes in Web-based workspace applications, services, and support for IT and business.