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Bridgeworks, Innovator and Provider of the Planet's Fastest Data Movement for Storage, Today Announced Expansion of the Leadership Team and the Opening of their US Office in Boulder, Colorado

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CHRISTCHURCH, England, July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Bridgeworks CEO, David Trossell announced an expanded global presence with three executive hires, Claire Buchanan, Jason Currill and Gracie Golonka and their first US office in Boulder, Colorado. 

Claire Buchanan joins as SVP Global Operations, responsible for worldwide operations, transformational go-to-market strategies and business development.  Claire joins Bridgeworks with restructuring and brand awareness success from Bolero, a cloud platform which provides  SaaS solutions to optimise and simplify complex international trade chains. Prior to Bolero, Claire held senior executive positions over a 20 year period at Crystal Decisions (SAP), Compuware and Filenet.

Jason Currill joins Bridgeworks as VP Global Sales, responsible for explosive revenue strategies and execution across all channels.  Prior to joining Bridgeworks Jason founded Ospero a global cloud service provider where he served as CEO prior to selling to a private equity group. With broad experience in building and managing Sales teams in EMEA for Business Objects (SAP) and leading North American sales for Dyadem (IHS),  Jason brings over 15 years' experience to Bridgeworks.

Gracie Golonka joins Bridgeworks as VP North America, responsible for all Sales and Business Development activity in the region including management of the strategic IBM partnership.  Most recently Gracie drove business development success with ITKO (CA), providing a disruptive solution to optimize enterprise application development lifecycles.   Previously, she held leadership roles at Business Objects, Entrust and IBM.  For over 25 years Gracie has created sustainable, profitable business growth.

Boulder, Colorado is the perfect home-base for Bridgeworks' penetration into North American markets.  Boulder has become a hotbed of innovation and continues to nurture growth in computer storage strategies and technologies.

"Between early adopters clamouring for SANSlide, our Data Acceleration solution, and the significant attention with IBM signing as a Strategic Partner, Bridgeworks is experiencing tremendous demand and growth," said David Trossell, CEO and Chief Innovator at Bridgeworks.  "The next generation of WAN optimisation is here and Bridgeworks is leading the way."

About Bridgeworks  

Bridgeworks, leaders in Enterprise Data Velocity, move data irrespective of size, protocol or distance at high speed over the planet's TCP/IP infrastructures. Bridgeworks bring automation of data movement, no matter the project - Data Centre, Cloud or Hybrid. Acceleration and optimisation that is simple, secure, self-monitoring, self-managing, super-fast and importantly, cost effective.

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