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Enterprise software vendor Pega has
hired Hayden Stafford, formerly Microsoft's head of sales for
Dynamics 365 and Power Platform. Stafford joins Pegasystems today
as president of global client engagement and will report to Pega
CEO Alan Trefler, the company announced.
Stafford's role is a new one for Pega, according to a statement
from the company's Q1 earnings report in April. His role "will
unify Pega’s Corporate Strategy, Marketing, and Go-to-Market
functions," according to their earnings announcement.
As CVP for Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform, Stafford had
overseen high growth areas of Microsoft's cloud portfolio. He
spoke in early 2020to Microsoft MVP Mark Smith about a new $250
million investment in business applications sales efforts,
including 400 new sales hires, 100 new members of the partner
success team, and overall over a thousand additional hires in the
go-to-market team across the Dynamics business in FY
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