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Kony Appoints Former Hewlett Packard and NCR Exec as Chief Revenue Officer

Mobile app development and omni-channel deployment company, Kony announced this week it has appointed Bruce Dahlgren (pictured) as Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer.

Dahlgren assumes this newly-created position to further expand Kony’s global presence and capture more of the market. He has more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry, having most recently served as Senior Vice President, Enterprise Services and Managing Director, Asia Pacific and Japan Region for Hewlett Packard for almost five years. Prior to working at HP, Dahlgren held executive roles at Lexmark International, AT&T and NCR.

Kony CEO Thomas E. Hogan described Dahlgren as “an outstanding executive with a proven track record of success and results.” Specifically, Hogan applauded Dahlgren’s international experience and “reputation for the highest levels of integrity and leadership.”

Founded in 2007, Kony enables banks to design, develop, and visualize device-agnostic applications deployed across multiple channels. Last month, the company entered into a strategic partnership with Diebold Nixdorf in which Diebold Nixdorf white-labeled Kony’s mobile application suite, branding it DN Mobile. As part of the agreement, Diebold Nixdorf also acquired a minority equity stake in Kony. Earlier this year, Kony launched AppVantage to help organizations quickly develop customizable mobile apps from pre-packaged components. At FinovateFall 2011, the company debuted a commercial banking app.