Continuum Hires Two C-level Executives
Managed services remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform provider Continuum has made two new appointments to its leadership team.
The RMM company has hired Paiman Nodoushani as the company's engineering vice president and chief technology officer. In this role he will be responsible for all engineering initiatives. Continuum also hired Jeanne Hopkins as its senior vice president and chief marketing officer, leading the marketing team to enhance company initiatives that fuel partner growth with end users.
Nodoushani brings years of experience at networking giants to the Continuum team. He joins the company from Avaya where he served as senior director of Cloud Products and Solutions as Avaya sought to transform into a cloud-based solutions player. Before that, Nodoushani spent more than 12 years with Cisco Systems.
Hopkins isn't new to the marketing world. She is the coauthor of the book, “Go Mobile,” a step-by-step introductory look at starting mobile marketing efforts. She is also a frequent speaker on marketing topics including demand generation, mobile marketing and sales and marketing alignment.
Hopkins said in a prepared statement that there's an opportunity to transform the experience for MSPs.
"There's already plenty to build on at Continuum, but we're taking a fresh look at all the emerging requirements and vehicles to support greater success on top of the company's technological advances on the product side," Hopkins said. "We are putting a full spectrum of new tools, resources and programs in place to ensure Continuum partners have a comprehensive digital communications edge as they search, acquire and on-board new customers."
Continuum CEO Michael George said in a prepared statement that the company's competitors are trying to unite disparate systems, organizations and processes, unlike Continuum.
“Paiman and Jeanne further exemplify our commitment to hiring and developing extraordinary talent at all levels of the organization," he said. "They are both great leaders with an uncommon grasp of what it takes to win internally and externally."
Continuum said the moves are a result of the company's commitments to product engineering and development, as well as all aspects of partner and acquisition marketing programs.