Kevin Cancilla is Sr. Director of Marketing at Vindicia. He is responsible for corporate communications, outbound product marketing, demand generation, sales enablement, website and content development, and partner marketing. Kevin is an industry veteran with over 20 years experience in strategic marketing and product management for enterprise software companies such as STEALTHbits Technologies, Tripwire, Epicor, Netcentives, Calico Commerce, Baan, and Adobe Systems. He holds a BSBM degree in Marketing and Business Management from the University of Phoenix.
Sr. Director of Marketing
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