BELLEVUE, Wash.—April 18, 2016—Nintex today announced two additions to its executive team Baran Erkel as Vice President of Corporate Development and Robyn Singh as Vice President of Human Resources.
“Nintex is actively amplifying our corporate development efforts as we bring our next generation cloud platform to market as well as expanding upon our collaborative culture, full of top talent, to fuel rapid global growth” said Nintex CEO John Burton. “We’re pleased to welcome Baran Erkel and Robyn Singh to the Nintex leadership team given their depth of experience and success in the technology industry.”
Erkel as VP of Corporate Development will be responsible for driving and coordinating Nintex’s strategic partnering and acquisition strategy, growing existing and new industry alliances, as well as expanding Nintex’s addressable markets to ensure sustained success for Nintex, its customers, and partners.
Erkel has more than 15 years of experience in strategy development, M&A, strategic investments, and partnerships with a focus on SaaS, mobile, collaboration, and productivity markets. He joins Nintex from Citrix where he was director of corporate and business development for nearly four years and contributed to four-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 90 percent for its Document Cloud business. Prior to that, Erkel served as vice president of business development at ARDIC where he drove partnerships, fundraising, and M&A activity. He also spent nearly seven years at Accenture as manager, financial services advising executives of Fortune 100 companies on strategy, operations, and technology. Erkel holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Master of Science in Computer Networks both from North Carolina State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.
As VP of HR at Nintex, Singh will be responsible for retaining and growing the company’s global workforce, overseeing professional development programs designed for individual and team growth, as well as ensuring a robust and competitive total rewards programs for employees located in the US, APAC and EMEA regions.
Singh has more than 20 years of HR experience and joins Nintex from Citrix where for the past four years she served as global HR Leader for the Mobility Apps Business Unit supporting 2,500 employees worldwide. Prior to that, she spent 12 years in increasing HR leadership positions at Microsoft including the Windows, Xbox, and Marketing teams. Singh also has held HR roles with Deckers Outdoor Corporation and Service Alternatives for Washington. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Science from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of Science in Organizational Development from Central Washington University.
Nintex, together with its 1,500 partners, helps companies around the world achieve digital transformation. Operations leaders and IT professionals turn to the Nintex Workflow platform to automate simple to sophisticated processes and to automatically generate documents of all types. Every day more than 6,000 organizations in 90 countries run millions of workflows built with Nintex.