skybow Names Mike Fitzmaurice as CTO

Top Quote Global Technologist Brings 25 Years of Experience as skybow Expands Offerings and Operations. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 04, 2018 - ZURICH, Switzerland - skybow today announced that Mike Fitzmaurice has assumed the role of Chief Technology Officer. As CTO, Fitzmaurice will be responsible for leadership and bridges between engineering, partners, customers, and the Microsoft Office and Azure community. He will take a decisive role in the company’s product roadmap as well as lead skybow’s expanded partner and customer activity in the Americas.

    skybow offers a low-code/no-code environment for designing, deploying, distributing, managing, and even selling solutions for Microsoft® SharePoint™. skybow solutions can be built by professional and citizen developers alike, usually at a fraction of the time needed by traditional methods.

    "Mike Fitzmaurice is a recognized thought leader in citizen development and low-code/no-code solution platforms and strategies. He has exceptional technical and practical credentials that align perfectly with the constituencies and line of business that skybow serves," said skybow CEO Philip Nussbaumer. "Fitz brings a wealth of experience to skybow, and his skills will ensure that we’re delivering the right technology — and delivering that technology right."

    Fitzmaurice has more than 25 years of product, consulting, evangelism, engineering, and IT management expertise and holds degrees from Michigan State University and Indiana University in the U.S. He joins skybow from Seattle-based Nintex, where he was instrumental in raising their profile from one of a "clever SharePoint add-on" to one of thought leadership in workflow and business process automation, digital transformation, and citizen development.

    Before that, Fitzmaurice was Microsoft’s senior technical product manager for SharePoint, helping launch and shepherd its first three releases. He birthed, developed, and led developer evangelism on SharePoint, positioning it as a development platform.

    Earlier in his career, Fitzmaurice directed R&D at Advanced Paradigms, Inc. and was the director if IT for the National Association of Broadcasters, both in the Washington, D.C. area.

    Fitzmaurice will be at various technology summits and conferences in the coming months, including:

    * Digital Workplace Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, May 1-2

    * SharePoint Conference North America, Las Vegas, USA, May 21-23

    * European Collaboration Summit, Mainz, Germany, May 28-30

    * SharePoint Fest, Seattle, USA, August 20-24

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