Blackbaud names Microsoft exec as CEO

Nov 8, 2005 9:30 AM
Filed under Software

Blackbaud, a provider of software and services for nonprofit organisations, has named a Microsoft executive as its president and chief executive.

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Blackbaud Inc, a provider of software and services for nonprofit organizations, on Monday named a Microsoft executive as its president and chief executive.

Marc Chardon will succeed Robert Sywolski, who is retiring 28 November, Charleston, South Carolina-based Blackbaud said.

An executive with Microsoft since 1998, Chardon has served as chief financial officer of Microsoft's US$11 billion information worker business since 2003. In that role, he has been responsible for developing a growth strategy for the business.
 
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