iPaaS, Cloud/Data Integration & Tag Management

Digibee Appoints Matt Durham as Head of Market Strategy

Durham will leverage over 25 years of software and integration industry experience to enhance awareness of Digibee and ensure customer and prospect requirements are met

Digibee, an enterprise integration platform as a service (eiPaaS) company that helps organizations build flexible, highly scalable integration architecture, today announced it appointed Matt Durham as head of market strategy. Durham will leverage over 25 years of software industry experience and over 20 years of experience in the integration market to enhance awareness of Digibee overall and especially in the U.S. He also will work with customers and prospects to ensure their requirements are met.

Before joining Digibee, Durham held a variety of executive positions at Software AG, SAP, ServiceNow, SUSE and Workato. He specializes in understanding market dynamics and requirements and how technology companies can best meet those requirements. He is passionate about working in a cross-functional, cross-hierarchical and interorganizational manner to leverage the amazing and unique breadth and depth of experiences individuals offer. He received degrees from the University of Denver and the University of Michigan, and volunteers extensively, including as chair of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Common Interest Community Board.

“Matt brings not only an impressive resume of strategic experience in the integration market, but a wealth of ideas and insight on the needs of the integration user and the opportunity in 2023 and beyond. His past accomplishments and industry knowledge are impressive, and we’re very excited about his ideas and energy as we look forward,” said Digibee Chief Marketing Officer Cait Porte.

“I joined Digibee because I was very impressed with its leadership team, especially their humbleness. I also joined Digibee because the integration market is strong and high growth and I firmly believe the company’s strong focus on serving enterprise integration requirements sets Digibee apart from many other modern integration companies and provides Digibee a great opportunity to grow bullishly,” said Durham.

The integration market is poised for continued exponential growth and rapid adoption and is in a state of change where the old ways of building and maintaining integrations are no longer flexible or scalable enough to meet today’s needs. Durham will be a key contributor as Digibee continues to grow, to understand the challenges IT and development teams face — and how Digibee not only addresses those immediate challenges, but also how integration can unlock the innovation potential of development teams.

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