On the Move Colin Bill, Harnish Kilopass Kanani, Technology Ayasdi The Santa The Clara Menlo Park provider of software chip logic company non-volatile that works memory intellectual prop- to solve cancer research erty named Colin Bill chief problems named Harnish scientist. He has worked Kanani vice president in the semiconductor of customer success. industry for more than 25 Recently, he served as an years. executive at Oracle. Sailesh Aaron Mahi- Chittipeddi, mainathan, Integrated Telerik Device Tech- The end-to- nology end platform The San Jose provider mixed-signal that com- semicon- bines user ductor provider named interface tools with cloud Sailesh Chittipeddi global services appointed Aaron vice president of opera- Mahimainathan chief tions and chief technology product officer. Previ- officer. ously, he held positions at SAP, Siebel Systems and Oracle. Kevin Englund, Level 10 Thomas Schaeffer, The Sunny- vale facili- Ayasdi ties builder The named Kevin Menlo Park Englund vice software president of operations. company He is a former senior proj- that works ect executive at Rudolph to solve cancer research and Sletten. problems named Thomas Schaeffer vice president of human resources. He has been a human resources Ramon executive in the high-tech Guitart, industry for more than 25 years. NovaTorque The Fremont provider of ultra-ef- Frank ficient, cost- Slootman, effective, electronically commu- Medallia tated permanent magnet The Palo Alto motors appointed Ramon software- Guitart vice president of as-a-service engineering. Previously, he customer served at TECO-Westing- experience house Motor Co. management services named Frank Slootman to its board of directors. Currently, he serves as president and chief execu- tive officer at ServiceNow. MAKING A MOVE? Bay Area News Group reports promotions of executives at the vice president level or higher. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org. With each announcement, we require a photo- graph in JPEG format. Please upload the image, which should be a head shot about 1 megabyte in size, to http://mediafm.mercurynews.com. If this is your first time uploading the images, you’ll need to contact the newspaper at 408-920-5088 to obtain a pass code.
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