Salesforce UK enterprise sales boss heads into channel

Former Salesforce.com UK and Ireland enterprise sales SVP Alistair Wildman has popped up at Salesforce platinum partner Tquila in the role of CEO

Former Salesforce.com UK and Ireland enterprise sales SVP Alistair Wildman has popped up at Salesforce platinum partner Tquila in the role of CEO.

He will replace Paul Andrew, who is set to remain involved with the company as chairman.

Two year old Tquila specialises in on-platform enterprise app development with a particular focus on mobility and social media, as well as a managed services offering.

Said Andrew: “We’ve achieved a number of significant milestones in our short history and with Alistair’s appointment, we’re set to continue to exceed expectations in 2013.”

Wildman cited both the reseller’s strong relationship with Salesforce and its bespoke app development capabilities positioned the firm well to meet growing demand for transformative enterprise solutions.

Prior to Salesforce Wildman spent time with controversial online ad firm Phorm and 10 years at Microsoft.

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