Quarterly Integrator.io Product Update

Please join us for our Quarterly Integrator.io Product Update. Check out what’s new with Celigo integrator.io, see demos of our cool new features, and interact with our product team. 

In this session, we have lots of exciting updates to share, including a major update to error management for platform and Integration Apps, new JavaScript debugging features, new delegated Admin features, and more! 

Topics that we’ll discuss include:

  • New connectors available
  • Walk-through of Error Management 2.0
  • Using JS debugging tools
  • How to setup delegated Admins in your account
  • New delete function for NetSuite 

Register today!

About the speakers

Kim Loughead

Kim oversees Celigo’s product marketing team where she is responsible for go-to-market strategies, pricing, product messaging, and content working closely with sales, product and marketing teams.

Prior to joining Celigo, Kim was VP of Marketing at Knowi, an augmented analytics startup, and Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Informatica. Kim has over 20 years of experience in the data integration space both as a customer and running product marketing organizations at various software companies in Silicon Valley.

Kim hold a B.S. in Business Administration and MIS and a M.S. in Management Systems both from Notre Dame de Namur University.

Matt Graney

Matt Graney is a seasoned product management leader with over 15 years experience in the discipline across B2B software enterprises and startups. At Celigo, Matt is responsible for the company’s overall product vision, strategy and roadmap. Prior to joining Celigo, Matt held senior product management roles at Axway, an integration middleware vendor, where he was responsible for the global portfolio strategy. Before that, Matt led product management for strategic products at Borland Software and Telelogic (now part of IBM Rational). Matt began his career as a software engineer in the defense and telecommunications industries in Australia. Matt holds a B.E. in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of Adelaide, Australia.