New Orleans, LA, June 12, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Tim Dubes joins ReadSoft as Vice President of Marketing with extensive sales and marketing professional experience in the data capture and process automation industries. Prior to joining ReadSoft North America, Dubes was the Vice President of Product Promotion with Captaris, recently acquired by Open Text. Dubes has also led sales and marketing teams at Kofax and Cardiff Autonomy. With ReadSoft, Dubes’ primary responsibilities are lead generation and qualification and marketing campaigns.
With a successful background of over 15 years driving solution sales and revenue growth through global partnerships and alliances, Bob Monio joins ReadSoft as Director of Channel Partnerships and Alliances. Prior to joining ReadSoft North America, Monio was responsible for Global Alliances at Open Text where he facilitated Channel/ISV Management and Alliance activity with firms such as Accenture and Deloitte for over five years. At ReadSoft, Monio’s responsibilities include leading the North American Channel program and driving incremental revenue growth through partnerships and alliances.
“Tim has a proven ability to tell the technology story in a way that relates to financial executives,” said Bob Fresneda, President of ReadSoft North America. “The addition of Bob and Tim to the ReadSoft North America management team reflects our commitment to growing our document process automation business through channel and strategic relationships.”
ReadSoft is the global leader in the development and sales of a complete product platform for Document Process Automation. With thousands of customers on a global basis, ReadSoft supports customers and partners in North America with offices in 7 locations, including the corporate headquarters in New Orleans, LA.
Established in 1991, ReadSoft was first to bring free form technology for invoice processing to market and first to achieve certifications to enterprise resource planning systems such as SAP and Oracle. ReadSoft has become the global technology leader, with operations in 16 countries and partners in an additional 70. We are proud to have the largest and most innovative development department in the industry, with professional services to assist customers and partners on a global basis. ReadSoft’s vision is to free businesses everywhere from manual document handling. For more information please visit www.readsoft.com.
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