DocPoint Solutions, Inc. recently appointed Michael Ratigan as their new Vice President of Sales. He has been part of Quality Associates as a Business Development Executive, a post he’d served since 2007. Ratigan will contribute to the team almost 25 years of experience in the field of business development, marketing, as well as sales work. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
Shopko recently welcomed Nancy Altman as the company’s new Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer. She was formerly part of Ulta Beauty where she was Vice President of Marketing. Altman is a seasoned professional in the field and had also worked with Premier Salons. There’s more about her appointment on this news link.
Adaptive C0mputing recently appointed Marty Jones as their new Vice President of Worldwide Sales. He will contribute to the team his comprehensive experience in doing sales, marketing, as well as business development, spanning more than two decades. Jones was previously with Aircom International, Inc. as their President. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
InstaMed recently landed their 6th round of investments worth $14 million – with over 90% of their previous investors taking part in this current funding.
The company is looking at further growth and intensified marketing efforts with the help of this new financing.
InstaMed’s co-founder, chairman, and CEO Bill Marvin shares more about their recent funding in this e-interview with Lead411:
Jenzabar®, Inc. has recently welcomed Jayne W. Edge as the company’s new Vice President of Marketing. She was previously with Datatel, Inc. where she served as the head of Strategic Planning and Marketing. Edge will share with the team her comprehensive experience in the education field, spanning more than thirty years. There’s more about her appointment on this news link.
Telecast Fiber Systems has recently designated Straker Coniglio as the company’s new director of international sales. Prior to joining Telecast Fiber, he was with Avid Technology, Inc., as their senior market solutions manager for the broadcast division. Coniglio had worked with Avid Technology for over 12 years. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
Angus Gephart was recently appointed as StartSampling‘s new senior vice president, sales. He was previously part of companies like Pepsico, Information Resources, Inc., and Procter & Gamble. Gephart will contribute to the team his comprehensive experience in the field of consumer packaged goods, spanning more than three decades. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
Riverbed Technology recently welcomed David Greene as the company’s new Chief Marketing Officer. He will contribute to the Riverbed team his over two decades of experience in the field of technology marketing. Greene was previously with BMC Software. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
Integra Telecom was recently joined by Ken Smith as the company’s new executive vice president of sales. He was previously with Serviam, where he served as principal. Smith will contribute to the Integra team his almost three decades of experience in the field of sales. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
Lumoback, an innovative start-up that came up with the unique idea of a mobile app to help improve posture, has recently scored $1.1 million worth of seed funding.
The generous investment was participated in by Russel Siegelman, as well as Innovation Endeavors and Morado Venture Partners..
Lumoback’s CEO Monisha Perkash shares more about the company’s recent milestone in this recent e-interview with Lead411:
CTS recently designated Kevin Kerata as the new Senior Vice President of Sales for North America. He was previously with Pendum LLC as their Vice President of Sales and Account Management. Kerata brings to the team 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. There’s more about his appointment ob this news link.
Virtustream will be looking at more product development efforts as well as further expansion in the very near future. This is with the help of their most recent acquisition of $15 million in Series B funding. They have now raised an impressive total of $75 million.
On this particular round of financing, Virtustream also welcomed a new investor – QuestMark Partners. Previous participants like TDF, as well as Columbia Capital, Intel Capital, and Noro‐Moseley Partners also took part in this Series B round.
The company’s Chairman and CEO, Rodney J. Rogers, shares more about this exciting news in this recent e-interview with Lead411:
SugarSync will be seeing further expansion of their team and datacenter footprint through their recently acquired Series D funding worth $15 million. Leading the pack of investors is Coral Group, a new investor. Participants in previous funding rounds like Hercules, Sigma Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetsona, and Hatteras Venture Funds also took part in this Series D investment.