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DocsCorp continues US expansion drive with double director hire

DocsCorp continues its North American expansion drive with the appointment of former Ricoh eDiscovery consultant Mark Neace as director of sales for North Central US and former Chrome River Technologies director Bob Kessing as director of sales, Midwest US.

DocsCorp continues its North American expansion drive with the appointment of former Ricoh eDiscovery consultant Mark Neace as director of sales for North Central US and former Chrome River Technologies director Bob Kessing as director of sales, Midwest US.

Neace, whose region includes Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota, was most recently employed at VAST, a start-up technology firm.

Kessing, who covers Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, and Kansas, before Chrome River worked for companies including HighQ, Billback Systems and Thomson Elite.

The hires follow the announcement in January that DocsCorp is relocating to larger offices in both Pittsburgh and Portland to facilitate hiring more staff.

DocsCorp has relocated its U.S. headquarters to Pittsburgh, ten years after establishing itself in North America, in Oregon. The U.S. office move shortly follows DocsCorp’s relocation to bigger premises in London, as it expands and looks to new markets.

Leading the Pittsburgh team is vice president of DocsCorp Americas, Matt Stalder, who said: “We are excited to accelerate our growth in North America through the addition of Mark and Bob, seasoned sales directors who have worked in our principal market for many years. The expansion of the Pittsburgh office has allowed our evolution to continue as a global software company.”

See the March Legal IT Insider, out today (29 March) for a summary of DocsCorp’s latest client wins.