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Former SAP NS2 Exec Dan Dorchinsky Joins Nuix as US Govt Business Head

Dan Dorchinsky

Dan Dorchinsky, former vice president of the professional services group at SAP National Security Services (NYSE: SAP), has joined Nuix as head of the information management technology company’s U.S. government business.

Nuix said Tuesday Dorchinsky will oversee the management and strategic direction of the unit’s sales and customer management initiatives across the public sector.

“Dan’s extensive government business leadership experience and his distinguished service in the military make him an excellent choice to lead Nuix USG as we expand our footprint in the public sector,” said Ethan Treese, Nuix CEO for the Americas.

Dorchinsky spent 13 years at SAP NS2 and most recently managed the company’s consulting services for federal government, aerospace, defense and intelligence community customers.

He also served as an account executive at BMC Software and a senior manager at customer relationship management platform provider Siebel Systems, which was later acquired by Oracle (NYSE: ORCL).

Before he entered the private sector, Dorchinsky served in the U.S. Army as a field artillery officer.

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