Nexthink Joins the Vendor Forum
March 02, 2017
Pete Goldin
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Tim Flower, Customer Success Director at Nexthink, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

Flower is responsible for educating Nexthink customers across North America and helping them transition their IT departments away from reactive cost-centers into proactive business units leveraging IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) and IT Systems Management (ITSM) solutions. Flower has more than 20 years’ experience working at a large Fortune 200 financial services company where he was responsible for end-user services technology strategy.

Nexthink is a provider of end-user experience management solutions. The company’s solutions combine real-time endpoint analytics and end-user feedback, through analytics and visualizations to provide insight and enable IT to be more proactive, reduce costs and enhance end-user productivity. The company is privately held and based in Lausanne, Switzerland, with US headquarters in Boston MA, and global offices around the world.

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