Company appoints industry exec to lead customer advocacy programs and professional services
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Sept. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Nintex, the global standard for process intelligence and automation, today announced the appointment of Jet Theuerkauf as Chief Customer Officer (CCO).
Jet joins Nintex having spent three years at Blue Prism in a variety of customer leadership and advocacy roles. He has more than 25 years of experience leading and advising on global transformation initiatives and has spent many years working in the process automation industry advising customers.
"Jet’s built his career around being the voice of the customer", said Eric Johnson, Nintex CEO. "His breadth of business expertise—coupled with his deep knowledge of the process automation market, and the unique challenges customers face in managing their processes—make him the perfect addition to the team at Nintex."
"I’m excited to join Nintex at such a pivotal time. Customers are excited about the opportunity process automation offers them to help transform their organisation and create a sustainable process culture," said Jet Theuerkauf, "As the process experts Nintex are best placed to help customers take advantage of these opportunities and I’m excited to help lead them through this important transformation."
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