More on that Workshare CEO change
Here's the official blog posting from Scott Smull at Workshare (PS, you'll need to cut & paste the hyperlink)…
Organizational Changes Announced
There have been a few changes at Workshare to position the organization for continued growth in 2010.
I am excited to announce Dan Filby is the new Vice President of Sales for the Americas. Dan joins us with more than 20 years of progressive leadership experience with companies including GE Capital, Digital Equipment and Oracle. He has a track record of leading high growth organizations and has experience with Software as a Service (SaaS), On Premise software and Managed Services.
Also, Anton Papp has joined Workshare as Vice President of Business Development. Anton brings extensive experience in investment banking in the software and services industries; he will be responsible for enhancing Workshare’s business partnerships and strategic relationships.
In addition, Alan Fraser has resigned as president and CEO of Workshare. Alan served Workshare well rededicating the organization to our customers with improved product quality and customer service. With an enhanced partner network to better support customers, two major service releases in 2009, the release of the Workshare OCR Server, Workshare Compare for Excel, and Workshare Compare for PowerPoint, and winning the LTN Gold award for Workshare Professional, Alan has positioned Workshare on a path for continued success. We wish Alan the best in his future endeavors.
Workshare has a seasoned executive team in place that will continue to focus on delivering quality solutions and exceptional service in 2010. The board of directors has asked that I assume Alan’s responsibilities as acting President and Chief Executive Officer. My experience serving as Workshare’s CFO and Vice President of Operations has provided unique insights into the business opportunities to better serve our customers; I look forward to continuing our focus on product quality and meeting the commitments of the legal community.
Please feel free to post a comment below or contact me directly with any questions or concerns.