ITinvolve Joins the Vendor Forum
November 29, 2012
Pete Goldin
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Matthew Selheimer, VP of Marketing at ITinvolve, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

ITinvolve is a leading innovator of social IT service management solutions. ITinvolve helps IT professionals understand and manage complex IT environments, efficiently execute IT service management processes, capture and use knowledge to resolve incidents faster, find the root-cause of problems and substantially reduce risks associated with bad changes. ITinvolve lowers the total cost of delivering great IT service. Built on the secure and scalable Force.com platform, ITinvolve requires no hardware or software installation and is remarkably easy to use.

As VP of Marketing, Matthew Selheimer is responsible for all aspects of ITinvolve marketing, including: corporate and product positioning; social media; demand generation; direct and online marketing; media and analyst relations, thought leadership; and internal communications.

A 17-year industry veteran, Selheimer has rich and diverse experience spanning enterprise business applications, IT management software, data center hardware and consulting. Previously, he held executive marketing and product management positions at BMC Software, as well as sales, business development, alliance management, systems engineering, and consulting positions at Informatica Corporation, Compaq Computer, and Deloitte & Touche. He holds an M.B.A. from Texas A&M University and a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Related Links:

Read Matthew Selheimer's first blog on the Vendor Forum: Social IT Etiquette - Why It’s Time to Get Going with Social IT

www.itinvolve.com

Follow ITinvolve on Twitter @ITinvolve

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