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JLL [CHICAGO, IL] (NYSE: JLL) announced the appointment of Matthew Gonterman as Chief Information Officer (CIO), Americas. Gonterman joins JLL from SIRVA Inc. where he was Senior Vice President and CIO. Prior to that, he held several information management and IT leadership positions during more than 10 years with General Electric.
Funko [EVERETT, Wash.] announced that Sarathy Annamraju joined as Chief Information Officer. Mr. Annamraju joins Funko from Microsoft where he spent more than a decade in various leadership roles, most recently as Senior Director with Windows Universal Store and Microsoft IT. Prior to Microsoft, he served as Senior Manager of Telecom, Media and Entertainment for Capgemini. Previously, Mr. Annamraju was Co-Founder and Managing Director at TriSAB Telecom Consulting and a Developer and Program Manager for Bell Canada.
Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc. [MINNEAPOLIS] (NASDAQ: BWLD) announced that Santiago Abraham will assume the role of chief information officer (CIO) effective December 5, 2016. Prior to joining Buffalo Wild Wings, Mr. Abraham spent 10 years at Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. From 1997 to 2006 he was senior practice manager, transportation & travel services at Accenture Ltd.
SailPoint [AUSTIN, Texas] appointed Kevin Hansel to Chief Information Officer (CIO). Most recently, Hansel was Executive Director of IT at AT&T Wi-Fi Services, formerly Wayport. Prior to AT&T, Hansel managed the IT organization at Applied Science Fiction, which was acquired by Eastman Kodak. Before that, he held IT leadership positions at Power Computing Corporation, HP Inc. and Convex Computer Corporation.