Hansoft, a company that focuses on Agile Software Development, today announced that it has added two senior software executives to its management team. The additions come at a time of strong global growth, with offices in the USA and Japan ramping up in addition to the expansion at its Swedish headquarters. The expansion itself was announced a few months back with funding from Swedish VC Creandum.
Mark de Visser, who held executive marketing roles at companies such as Borland, Red Hat, Zend Technologies, Sonatype and CFEngine, joins as Chief Growth Officer and will lead corporate communications, demand generation, product marketing and community relations. John May, who held senior sales and business development roles at Rally, Agile Advantage and Computer Associates, joins as Chief Revenue Officer and will lead all global sales and customer success operations.
“Hansoft has its roots in the gaming industry, where it has built its expertise, success and leadership. We now experience very strong enterprise demand for our core capabilities of extreme scalability, multi-team and multi-project support, and unification of agile and traditional development methodologies,” said Patric Palm, CEO and co-founder at Hansoft. “We are thrilled to be able to add such talented executives at our company to build on this demand and to further drive Hansoft’s growth.”