Sam Hunter, SWK Technologies

Sam Hunter, a former Sage North America executive, has joined SWK Technologies as EVP of customer experience. The position is a new one for the Livingston, N.J.-based Sage reseller. Hunter was SVP and general manager of Sage Fixed Assets and Value Business Unit from May 2007 until he left the company.

Before that, he held three product marketing positions after joining Sage in November 2003. SWK says Hunter will manage C-level customer relationships, customer account management, cross-selling initiatives and customer migrations as his top areas of focus and responsibility. He will also be involved in the company’s new practice in the government contracting business.

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