Longtime executive pals have reunited at business intelligence startup Domo, thanks to its hiring this past month of Chris Harrington as president. Harrington and Domo CEO Josh James ran Omniture together -- James as a co-founder and CEO and Harrington as president of worldwide sales and client services from 2002 to 2009 -- before its sale to Adobe in 2009. Domo, which James created from the assets of a Utah company called Corda that he'd acquired, has pulled in about $63 million in venture capital funding.
"Some pairs work really well together," James said in a statement. "With Chris as president, I can guarantee two things: we'll be going after this opportunity as hard as we can, and we'll be having a lot of fun doing it."