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Robert Kocis Joins Continuum in New CRO Position

Tuesday, September 20, 2016  
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Continuum has named Robert Kocis to the newly created executive position of chief revenue officer (CRO), effective Oct. 3, 2016. Kocis brings more than 20 years of experience in global sales leadership and business management to the role. Currently, he is vice president of worldwide sales and customer excellence at ANSYS.

"Continuum is creating and enabling the most successful MSPs in the industry with its transformational business model and IT management platform, fueling the company's tremendous growth," said Michael George, CEO, Continuum. "This new CRO position will further drive integration and alignment between all channel-facing functions as we invest more resources into activities that enable our partners' growth and ensure we have the right initiatives in place to drive our international expansion. Robert Kocis is recognized as one of the most effective channel sales and customer success leaders with extensive international experience. We are excited to have someone of Robert's experience join our team.”"

Kocis joined ANSYS in 2014 as vice president of worldwide sales and support, providing leadership for the overall strategy and management of the global activities of the company's sales and technical support units. Previously, he spent 16 years with PTC Inc., a U.S.-based software company specializing in 3D design software, product life-cycle management and service management solutions in progressive sales leadership positions. Most recently at PTC, Kocis served as senior divisional vice president of Asia Pacific sales and distribution, where he oversaw PTC's operations across Asia. Prior to that, he was responsible for creating and leading PTC's SMB Channel Advantage Program. Kocis has a bachelor's degree in marine engineering systems from the United States Merchant Marine Academy. He is also a graduate of the General Dynamics Nuclear Engineering School.

"I'm very excited to join the Continuum team at this particular time in the company's history — at the five-year anniversary," Kocis said. "In my new role, I am looking forward to building on this channel-exclusive company's solid foundation and outstanding growth, and working with a great team that has consistently contributed to Continuum's success."

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