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Vision Graphics Inc./Eagle:xm Announces Growth with Hiring of Two Key Positions

Thursday, June 06, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Denver, Colorado – Vision Graphics Inc./Eagle:xm,  an integrated customer engagement and marketing solutions provider, has announced the hiring of two senior appointments in their Denver Eagle:xm office as part of their market expansion;  Kurt Hamlin, vice president of operations and Linda Kail, senior business development executive. 

As Eagle:xm’s vice president of operations, Mr. Hamlin is accountable for the day-to-day operations of the Denver and Loveland  facilities.  Kurt possesses a successful track record of process improvement, increasing profit margin and growing revenue.  Kurt brings over 30 years experience with leading and developing operational teams.

For the past decade Linda has been pioneering innovations in digital communications, specifically voice, text and email messaging, creating solutions that help Fortune 1000 brands improve customer experience and reduce operational expense. “I am excited about the Eagle:xm offering and the ability to help brands leverage data intelligence and marketing automation to communicate with their prospects and customers across the spectrum of digital and traditional channels.”

“The addition of Kurt and Linda to our team further strengthens our ability to meet the growing needs of our clients,” says Mark Steputis, CEO and president of Eagle:xm. “We are pleased to welcome them to our company, and know that their industry experience will be a great benefit to Eagle and our clients.”

To learn more visit us at www.visioneaglexm.com.


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