Sandra Denton
VP of Channels and Partnerships



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Sandra Denton is the VP of Channels and Partnerships of Pipefy. Pipefy optimizes business processes one workflow at a time. They empower every “doer” to organize and control their work in a single place, streamline and automate any process, and integrate with legacy tools without a single line of code. Denton has 35 years in the computer software industry. She began her career in 1986.

Before joining Pipefy, Denton was a VP of business development & alliances at Bond and before that a VP of WW channels & alliances at Nlyte Software. Earlier in her career she worked with Bell Labs as a member of technical staff.

Denton graduated from Columbia Business School with a master’s degree in business administration, from Pace University with a master’s degree in computer and information science, and from Lehigh University with an undergraduate degree in computer and information science.



  1. Sandra Denton is a former executive at Nlyte Software and IBM. She brings more than 20 years of senior leadership and partner management experience in the IT and telecom industry with a strong record of building and driving business through and with partners. She has been honored in CRN’s “100 Women of the Channel” for four years. Sandra is a proven leader with a unique combination of technology and channel experience in both large world-class organizations and agile early stage companies which have granted her valuable insights and influence to develop trusted partnerships and drive global channel success. She has a track record of identifying and aligning best-of-breed GSIs, Resellers, ISVs, and Technology companies and building world-class service offerings to create value for partners, alliances, and their customers. In addition to all of the accolades on paper, Sandra also gives her time and expertise generously at Pipefy. She’s a mentor, confidante and sounding board for young professionals trying to establish themselves in the software community. She is a woman for women, and advocates for greater diversity and equal pay at the company. She’s greatly admired and appreciated by her peers.

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