Jana B. Eggers, SVP of products and marketing, is leaving Charleston, S.C.-based Blackbaud on October 3. This news came in an SEC filing with the usual terse wording of such announcements. Eggers had been with the nonprofit accounting software vendor for nearly three years, having started in November 2010. She was CEO of a company called Spreadshirt from October 2006 through November 2010.
Sage North America has absorbed the former unit that had been created to market its low-end, online SageOne product in the United States. The product line had been under general manager Henry Benamram, who goes from managing one of the company's most high-profile products to baby-sitting two of its oldest. SageOne now reports to a team headed by Scott Munro in Richmond, Va., and a spokesperson says the company is hiring a VP of alliances and marketing for Sage One.
Acumatica has named Sean Chatterjee as VP of partner sales, new position for the Kirkland, Wash.,-based vendor. Previously, Chatterjee had been director of international sales, a position he held from May 2012. He was director of business development for Altum from March 2010 until May 2012. He was with Everest Software from January 2000 through August 2009 and was manager of direct sales for his last two years there.
Rivet Software has restructured following the July death of founder and CEO Michael Rohan. His widow, Madelaine Rohan, has been named as acting CEO, and the company says it has partnered with a consortium of private vendors. Rivet produces document management and reporting software in the XBRL space. Many channel members will remember Rohan, and his brother, Robert, who were founders of the former FRx Software (and known for the FRx breakfasts at the Great Plains reseller conference, Stampede).