Avoka Joins the Vendor Forum
February 06, 2018
Pete Goldin

Steve Demchuk, Chief Product Officer at Avoka, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Demchuk is responsible for Avoka’s product roadmap and direction. His passion is to build and enhance products to solve problems for customers that drive their ability to innovate and execute forward to better business outcomes.

Prior to joining Avoka, Demchuk was the Chief Product Owner at Rally Software which had a successful IPO in 2013 and was then acquired by CA Technologies in 2015 for $480M. At CA, Demchuk was the VP of Product Management for CA Agile Central. During his career at Rally/CA Technologies, Demchuk led key scaled agile transformations and worked with the company’s global customers to realize the benefits of enterprise agile and modern product management.

Avoka accelerates customer-centric digital transformation in financial services, government, and other industries. Avoka Transact creates seamless omni-channel customer experiences that increase business agility and accelerate customer acquisition. Avoka was founded in 2002 and has digitized over 100 million transactions for 150+ global clients. The company is based in Denver, CO, London, England and Sydney, Australia.

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