Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Tigerpaw Software Announces New Hire Corey DeJong as Director of Marketing

Got a press release today from my friend James over at TigerPaw.

Welcome to the community, Corey DeJong!

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Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Tigerpaw Software Announces New Hire Corey DeJong as Director of Marketing


BELLEVUE, Neb., (June 30, 2014) - Tigerpaw Software Inc., announced today the new hire of Corey DeJong as Director of Marketing, effective immediately.

DeJong comes to Tigerpaw from AIM, where he served as Director of Sales & Service and also as Director of Marketing. He brings more than 12 years of experience in strategic marketing, sales, partnerships, operations, and product development. Prior to AIM he served as a marketing consultant for many local and national clients.

In his role at Tigerpaw, DeJong will bring extensive marketing automation, lead generation/qualification, lead nurturing, and strategic leadership to Tigerpaw's product and sales teams to help define product packages and promotions that are relevant to Tigerpaw's extensive industry clients. "Corey brings energy, experience, and unique perspective to our business, and we are thrilled to have him join the team," says CEO James Foxall. "Corey is a talented marketing professional with the ability to understand our technology, strategy, analytics, and the needs of today's business development teams. As Director of Marketing, Corey will work to ensure Tigerpaw's offerings address the very real and important needs of our clients and future clients."

"As a user of products like Tigerpaw, I am excited to work with the team, the technology, and the vision, that will continue to move Tigerpaw forward and upward," said DeJong. "I've seen a lot of companies - vendors, startups, partners - over the course of my years in marketing life, and Tigerpaw is one of a kind. Tigerpaw brings great value to its customers and partners and it's just continuing to get better at an increased pace."

DeJong will office in Tigerpaw's headquarters in Bellevue, Nebraska.


About Tigerpaw Software, Inc. 

For almost 30 years, Tigerpaw has designed industry leading, CRM and service management to help people manage technology businesses more efficiently. Tigerpaw software is a comprehensive tool for helping IT, telephony, security, Audio/Video, and POS businesses increase growth and make informed business decisions. More than 35,000 smart technology providers have substantially grown their businesses with Tigerpaw. The award-winning solution enables businesses to manage, automate and integrate business functions including service, accounting, CRM, inventory, sales, marketing, purchasing, and workflow within one easy-to-use system.

For more information about Tigerpaw Business Suite 13 or Tigerpaw Mobile 2.0, contact Tigerpaw at 800.704.9009; by email at info@tigerpawsoftware.com; or visit http://www.tigerpawsoftware.com/products/Tigerpaw_Software_Product_Overview.aspx.


Media Contact:
Corey DeJong
402.592.4544 / 800.704.9009
cdejong@tigerpawsoftware.com

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1 comment:

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