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RedPrairie announces key leadership appointments

Company names Joe Juliano president, Americas; Doug Braun is named president, global operations.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 08, 2010

RedPrairie Corporation, a productivity solutions provider, announced today the appointment of Joe Juliano to the position of president, Americas and Doug Braun to the position of president, Global Operations.  Both will report to CEO Mike Mayoras and are members of RedPrairie’s Executive Leadership Team.

Juliano will be responsible for RedPrairie’s sales and services organization in the Americas region.  He comes to RedPrairie with more than 20 years of leadership experience in the technology and services sector, most recently serving as CEO of PrimeRevenue, Inc.  Juliano has also served in senior-level software sales executive and management roles at Ariba, Freemarkets, Metiom (formerly Intelisys) and Telesis Software, and also sits on the Board of Directors at Agentek and PrimeRevenue, Inc.

Braun, a 16-year RedPrairie veteran, will now serve as president, global operations.  He will be responsible for coordinating product development with sales and services, growing hosting and managed services, and creating a consistent framework for services delivery, among other accountabilities.

“Strong and effective leaders are critical to the growth of our company and I’m pleased to welcome Joe to RedPrairie and announce Doug’s new role,” says Mayoras. “Throughout their careers, Joe and Doug have successfully built high-performing teams that are extremely customer-focused.  Both have a keen sense of how technology can make businesses more productive, competitive, and efficient – and I look forward to working with them in their new roles.”

Juliano adds, “I was drawn to RedPrairie because of their commitment to strong customer relationships, high-impact solution suite, and clear strategic vision.  I look forward to working with the Americas team to help our customers continue to derive significant value from our broad range of productivity solutions.”

“RedPrairie is in the position to take customer-focused development and delivery to the next level,” says Doug Braun.  “The multi-disciplinary global operations team will be focused on defining the delivery models, processes, product functionality, and support structures that will make our customers even more successful.”

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