Matthew Schiltz sure gets around. The Seattle technology executive just three months ago was named CEO of Powerit Solutions, a Seattle company whose software is used to increase energy efficiency at industrial companies. Now, Schiltz has landed a new gig, taking over the CEO role at online storage upstart Symform.

Schiltz, who previously served as CEO of DocuSign, General Software and CourtLink, had already served on Symform’s board. In a press release today, Schiltz said that Symform’s “revolutionary approach is a game changer in the cloud storage marketplace.”

Symform, which raised $4 million in venture capital financing from OVP Venture Partners and Longworth Venture Partners last year, said it offers unlimited cloud storage for a low flat fee to businesses.

It was founded by former Microsoft engineers Praerit Garg and Bassam Tabarra.

Comments

  • MoralCompass

    He accepted the CEO role at Powerit Solutions 3 months ago and now he is leaving for greener pastures at Symform?  Classy.

    • Guest

      Yep.  And DocuSign is on the ropes as Adobe and others lead the space.

      There’s probably a reason some people keep hopping around…  and these companies need to do a much better job of vetting candidates..

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