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Paul Scott-Murphy is vice president of product management at WANdisco, where he has overall responsibility for the definition and management of WANdisco’s product strategy, the delivery of product to market, and its success. This includes the direction of the product management team, product strategy, requirements definitions, feature management and prioritization, road maps, coordination of product releases with customer and partner requirements, user testing, and feedback. Paul has built his career on technical leadership, strategy, and consulting roles for major organizations. Previously, he was the regional CTO for TIBCO Software in Asia-Pacific and Japan.
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