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Dennis Walsh Appointed President, Redwood Americas and Asia-Pacific

Walsh to focus on business results in the Americas and Asia-Pacific Regions.

MORRISVILLE, N.C., Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Redwood Software, the global provider of Enterprise Process AutomationSM  today announced the promotion of Dennis Walsh, to President, Redwood Americas and Asia-Pacific. Walsh has been with Redwood for more than a decade, starting as the Director of North American Sales. His leadership has been crucial to Redwood's global expansion. During his tenure, the company has added high-profile customers such as The Dow Chemical Company, Halliburton, Grainger, Eli Lilly and Company, Toyota, Sony, General Electric Company, and General Motors Company among others.

Walsh combines his business background and 20 years in the software and services industry with a deep understanding of automation.  While at Redwood, he has successfully solved some of the industry's most challenging IT and business automation issues. He's also delivered improved efficiencies and margins for customers. 

"Dennis understands how companies use IT resources to achieve measurable business benefits.  More importantly, he understands how organizations should automate, connect and improve IT and business processes to be more competitive.  As our customers in the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions have demanded more comprehensive automation, Dennis has helped them meet those demands," says Tijl Vuyk, Redwood Software CEO and Founder.

"Enterprise Process Automation is the key to success for our customers," added Walsh. "Redwood delivers the most technologically advanced solution together with the most experienced team of service professionals using proven best practices. We're the only company offering customers flexibility in how they consume our solution. We deliver it as a traditional, on-the-premises package, and through private cloud and full-scale cloud subscription services. We ensure our customers' success by focusing on real and measurable competitive advantages."

Walsh assumes his new role immediately. 

About Redwood Software

Redwood provides Enterprise Process Automation™. Our approach is driven by business requirements to improve process efficiency, agility, compliance and control. Through our growing partner ecosystem and Automated Process Packages (APPs), we deliver Process-as-a-Service solutions with the first enterprise-class hybrid-cloud automation platform, RunMyJobs (www.runmyjobs.com).

Redwood is the only strategic automation partner with SAP® AG. Our automation suite is also offered by HP to their global customer base.

For more information on Redwood products and solutions, please visit www.redwood.com

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