Tracey Mustacchio

Tracey Mustacchio is the Senior Vice President of Product and Marketing at Nuance Document Imaging. Throughout her career, she has helped organizations grow by identifying market and customer requirements, fostering purpose-driven innovation, setting development priorities, and increasing awareness and demand for the solutions and services she oversees. Tracey sets the development and go-to-market strategies for Nuance Document Imaging’s full portfolio of desktop, enterprise, and OEM offerings.

Prior to Nuance, her 20-plus-year career focused on leading Product and Marketing teams at large enterprises, like McAfee and IBM, as well as several startups. Most recently, Tracey was at RES, where as SVP of Product and CMO, she was instrumental in repositioning the company to enter a rapidly growing market, boosting annual revenues 25% during her tenure, leading the restructure of the product organization, and laying the foundation for the company’s acquisition. She has a BA in Math/Computer Science and Philosophy from Virginia Wesleyan College.
GDPR and Paper
May 31 2018
The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is finally here, as its enforcement deadline went into effect late last week. The GDPR has proven to be a very complex piece of legislation...
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