Canidium Announces Elite Sponsorship of Xactly CompCloud for 2017

Houston, TX, March 24, 2017 --( Canidium has announced its sponsorship of the Xactly CompCloud conference at the Elite Level. The conference is taking place May 16-18 at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco, CA.

In addition, Canidium VP of Strategic Services and Customer Success, David Kohari, will be presenting a breakout session titled “Incentive Compensation Past, Present & Future: Addison Group’s Xactly Story,” alongside Addison Group’s Director of FP&A, Darren Cohen.

“We’re proud to sponsor CompCloud at the Elite level this year,” says Canidium’s Xactly Practice Lead, Drew Chandler. “It’s an amazing opportunity to network with other Xactly professionals and learn more about each product and how we can better serve our customers.”

The annual CompCloud conference offers training and networking for Xactly partners, customers and prospects from around the world and is expecting over 800 attendees at this year’s conference.

To learn more about the annual conference or to register, visit

About Canidium:
Canidium is the leading sales and service performance and incentive compensation management consultancy. We offer a unique approach for building your performance management program – by aligning positive behaviors to better results with a consistent focus on ROI. Canidium’s unbiased perspective incorporates domain best practices and top vendor technologies to achieve optimal outcomes. We provide strategy, delivery and managed services as components of an integrated portfolio to help our customers achieve their corporate goals and objectives.

Visit or follow us on Twitter @canidium, LinkedIn at Canidium and Facebook at Canidium LLC to learn more.

About Xactly:
Xactly is a leading provider of enterprise-class, cloud-based incentive compensation solutions for employee and sales performance management. Xactly addresses critical business needs to incentivize employees and align their behaviors with company goals. Visit to learn more.
Christina Khaladkar