When you have Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer practically on speed dial you’re almost certainly at the stage where you need a vice president of marketing, and so it is that 2012-founded AI-powered data extraction and document management company LEVERTON has hired Catherine Ostheimer, a veteran B2B marketing executive, who will lead marketing globally at LEVERTON and be based in the company’s North American headquarters in New York City.

Ostheimer had a brief stint as senior vice president of marketing at Neota Logic between May 2017 and March 2018, prior to which she served as vice president of marketing of EPIQ, a leading global eDiscovery provider. Her marketing pedigree is long: before EPIQ, Ostheimer directed digital marketing, demand generation and communications at GE Capital in the Americas, and earlier served as director of brand management at the diversified industrial manufacturer, Ingersoll Rand.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Catherine as LEVERTON’s VP of Marketing,” said CEO Abhinav ‘Abe’ Somani. “She has a proven track record in marketing technology to niche business audiences and will help take the organization to achieve new heights as we look to enhance our customer experience across the buying journey and bring the LEVERTON platform to new markets.”

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