Salesforce.com hires Stacey Torman to head EMEA comms

Avaya's director of public relations Stacey Torman has joined cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) company Salesforce.com in the post of senior director of EMEA communications.

Torman has been with the global business solutions company for six years in a number of communications posts.

Prior to her time at Avaya she held the position of senior director and head of global corporate communications at data integration company Informatica.

Her previous roles also include vice-president of Bite Communications based in San Francisco and vice-president at Fleishman Hillard. She also was senior director of international and corporate communications at technology company Oracle.

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