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Primadata Announces New Senior Managers

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Primadata is pleased to announce two new employees, Michael Reed, and Tim Luft.
Michael Reed is General Manager and is responsible for running the company's business operations. Michael brings a wealth of experience gained from more than 25 years in operations management, information technology, and business development. He holds a BS in Software Engineering, an MBA, and is currently a doctoral scholar at the School of Advanced Studies at University of Phoenix.

Tim Luft joined Primadata in January 2011 and serves as the Development Manager. Tim has over 15 years of experience in the Information Technology fields and holds a degree in Business Administration, with a Management Information Systems degree. Tim oversees Prima's technology and development department with 6 on staff developers, working on the electronic web and custom print platforms. Prima's development team leverages the technology that the company has invested in, creating new applications. They also work with the complex data sets that Prima's customers provide for transpromo transactional printing and integrated marketing campaigns.

Additionally, the Company announced the promotion of Jaci Malueg as Primadata's Customer Service Manager overseeing the Customer Service Team. Jaci joined Primadata in September of 2007 and has 20 plus years in Client Services and Operations in the printing and mailing industries. Jaci works with both the Development and Production Teams to ensure that all projects are both timely and perfect.

"The staff at Primadata is excited about the changes that are being made within our Company," says Linda Bova, President. "We are building the resources and technology to introduce new products on 2012 and beyond. These new products are being driven by emerging technologies in digital document solutions. Adding people like Michael and Tim in their new roles will help drive our development efforts," she notes.

 

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