SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. -- Seagate (NASDAQ: STX) today announced that Terry Cunningham will assume the leadership responsibilities for i365, A Seagate Company, and appoint Dave Hallmen to vice president of worldwide customer operations and George Hoenig to vice president of product operations.
Having served previously as president and COO of Seagate Software, Cunningham returns for a second term with the company to help augment the success of its i365, A Seagate Company, data protection, retention and discovery software and services business. This move is a part of a management transition in which Mark Grace, i365 senior vice president and general manager will be leaving the company. In addition to i365 responsibilities, Terry will continue to manage the Branded Solutions business for Seagate reporting directly to Stephen Luczo, president and chief executive officer.
An entrepreneur and seasoned technology business leader with over 25 years experience, Cunningham comes to Seagate from Coral8, Inc., an enterprise event-processing software company, where he served as CEO overseeing all aspects of operation and market strategy. Prior to that, Cunningham was president and CEO of InfoGenesis, a maker of consumer-focused, guest experience management software for the hospitality and foodservice industries. Cunningham originally founded Crystal Decisions, which was purchased by Seagate in 1994, integrated into the companys software division and later became Seagate Software. Cunningham piloted Seagate Software through $350 million worth of acquisitions and helped grow the organization, with 40 offices and 2,000 employees. Cunninghams accomplishments also include serving as president and COO of Veritas Software, and founding, building and leading two other successful software companies.
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