Shipping-simplifier Globatom scores new investment and execs, and goes all in with Microsoft Azure

Daniel Acosta, co-founder and CEO of Globatom. (Via LinkedIn) Globatom, a software-as-a-service startup aimed at improving the process of shipping goods, has overhauled its executive team, received new venture funding and gone all-in with Microsoft Azure as its cloud provider, its CEO said in an interview. The Seattle-based company, founded in April 2014, parted ways earlier this year with co-founder and COO Nate Doran and CTO Alfredo Juarez, hiring in their place COO Kenny Lee and CTO Tommy Stephenson. Lee had been co-founder of Airtus, an air-freight company that Globatom acquired. Stephenson is a seven-year Microsoft veteran who “is the right guy to get this done,” said Globatom co-founder and CEO Dan Acosta. “They’re a much more mature team with a lot more experience,” Acosta said. Their arrival brings to 22…


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