Monthly ArchivesMay 2008

Kofax Appoints Enterprise Software Veteran As Its Executive Vice President of Field Operations standard

Basingstoke — May 27, 2008 — Kofax plc (LSE: KFX), the leading provider of Intelligent Capture & Exchange solutions, today announced the appointment of Alan Kerr as its Executive Vice President of Field Operations. Kerr will oversee Kofax’s customer-facing functions on a global basis, including all sales, professional services, maintenance services, channel management, business development and sales operations activities. The search was conducted by Taylor Winfield, Inc. “Alan brings an abundance of global experience in enterprise software sales management and hybrid go-to-market business models that leverage direct as well as indirect sales through channel and technology partners. He has an impressive track record of successfully achieving goals and objectives while effecting positive change in a number of companies. He’s a ...

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RazorGator Interactive Group Names John Wallace as General Manager, TicketOS standard

Los Angeles, CA — May 23, 2008 — /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — RazorGator Interactive Group, a leading full-service secondary ticket and event experience company in the sports and entertainment markets announces the app ointment of John Wallace as the General Manager TicketOS, a division of RazorGator that offers the leading on-demand corporate ticket-management software. The search was conducted by Taylor Winfield, Inc. A seasoned veteran in the digital software and SaaS industry, Mr. Wallace brings a wealth of knowledge to TicketOS. Prior to joining RazorGator, Wallace served at Iron Mountain Inc. in a variety of executive positions including Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Iron Mountain Digital, a high tech digital solutions company, General Manager for Accutrac Software, records ...

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Additech names new CTO standard

HOUSTON, Texas – Additech Inc.,which develops and operates a turnkey service for fuel system treatment at gas dispensers in several large fuel retailers, announced that Kirt Scott has been named as the company’s CTO. Scott will lead the company’s next phase of systems development and integration.  The search was conducted by Taylor Winfield Inc. Scott is a seasoned technology executive with significant experience with retail fuel centers. He joins Additech after being CTO for Fuelquest, which provides software that handles supply-chain and inventory management for large retail fuel customers. In this role, Scott oversaw all aspects of corporate technology for the company as it grew from a start up to being named as one of the fastest-growing technology companies in ...

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