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Camille Siegel - 50 posts

Senior Marketing Content Specialist
I have been a writer, author, editor and researcher for more than 29 years in different industries from advertising, law to nonprofits. I now write, edit and manage content for Axway's four blogs: blog.axway.com, apifriends.com, mftfriends.com and Syncplicity blog.

Erin Bailey

Shravanthi Reddy - 23 posts

Shravanthi Reddy is a Product Marketing Director for App Dev solutions at Axway.

Said Debbagh - 8 posts

Product Marketing & Expert in Analytics

David Mckenna - 6 posts

David is SVP Engineering at Axway and is responsible for guiding the future architecture Axway platform. He is an expert in the API Management platform, including API Gateway, API Manager, and API Portal.

Dan Tortorici - 4 posts

A passion for helping companies understand the impact of digital technology and how to best harness it for sustainable business advantage. Broad experience in middleware with the last 6 years in API management, digital business vertical solutions, and digital transformation strategy.

Dixon Chris - 3 posts

Bi-lingual (English, French) IT Consultant with over 15 years of industry experience providing a wide range of skills and application knowledge particularly in the areas of HR and Financial systems, RDBMS (Oracle / Sybase / MS SQL Server / MySQL), ETL (Informatica) and J2EE technology. A specialist in API Management, I am passionate about computer security and ensuring reliability and durability of engineered systems.

Karen Holmes - 3 posts

Financial Services Industry Marketing Director at Axway

Laura Heritage - 2 posts

Director Solution Management - API & Microservices at Axway

Harold Wiegers - 2 posts

Helping companies create an integration layer that hides the complexity in legacy systems, while creating a control point for new ones. This is going to be hugely important for companies that want to move faster. Loosely coupled code, architectures and even teams is where the world is headed and I am loving it!

Sam Xu - 1 post

Over 13 years professional technologist and architect evangelizing B2B, API,Cloud Platforms and MFT.

Axel Grosse - 1 post

VP Innovation