North Texas’ MTX Group Appoints Chief Transformation Officer

As a pioneer Salesforce Certified Technical Architect since 2011, Nate Shilling shares a longstanding connection with the founding members of MTX Group.

Frisco-based SaaS implementation partner MTX Group has appointed Nate Shilling as chief transformation officer, a role in which he will drive the company’s transformation objectives and focus on helping create positive outcomes within the communities it serves around the world.

With over 21 years in the Salesforce ecosystem, Shilling brings a wealth of expertise to his new role, MTX said.

“Nate brings a visionary approach to innovation and an unwavering commitment to creating value for our clients. His leadership will be pivotal as we continue to transform and excel in an ever-evolving marketplace,” MTX President Mahesh Nattanmai said in a statement.

As a pioneer Salesforce Certified Technical Architect since 2011, Shilling shares a long-standing connection with the founding members of MTX Group.

The company said his appointment signals a pivotal moment for MTX, as he embarks on a mission to scale the company’s solution architecture efforts across various domains. That includes evolving MTX delivery accelerators, leveraging latest innovations from partner cloud service platforms, and embedding data engineering and generative AI into solution designs, MTX added.

MTX said that by leveraging his understanding of the Salesforce architecture, industry solutions accelerators, and enterprise architecture patterns, Shilling will lead the company’s efforts to drive client impact and value capture of the programs they lead.

“Solution Architecture is an area we emphasize early with our clients,” Shilling said. “There are always those design-critical components of a solution to get right up front. We’re responsible for leading our clients to the optimal cloud platform choices, finding innovative ways to drive system cost efficiencies, and ultimately deliver the most impactful solution design, implementation plan and transformation timeline based upon those choices. The collective MTX experience in architecting and engineering cloud solutions continues to amaze me and I’m proud to be part of this mission.”

Shilling’s primary goal this year is growing MTX’s next generation of architecture leaders who day-to-day convert strategic thinking into tangible results throughout the discovery and delivery cycle, the company said.

MTX is a global technology consulting firm that aims to serve as a trusted adviser for government agencies and businesses to modernize through digital transformation.

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