Create!form International Announces Executive Appointments
Press release from the issuing company
WALTHAM, Mass.--Feb. 11, 2002-- Create!form International, Inc., a leading global provider of software products that streamline and e-enable output formatting and delivery of business documents, has announced the appointment of several key executives to its leadership team. Create!form International has named Ronald Cohen as executive vice president, Robert Bunn as vice president of worldwide finance and operations, Mark Klenner as vice president of strategic alliances, and Leigh Rowland as vice president of product development.
In his position of executive vice president, Ronald Cohen will assist in establishing strategic direction to drive Create!form International's continued growth. He will also work to position the company to best enhance new and existing technologies within the industry, and to leverage product expansion into new vertical markets. Cohen was president of e4m Solutions of Canoga Park, CA, Create!form International's largest distributor until the firm was acquired by Create!form in 2001. Earlier in his career, Cohen operated RONCO Information Services, Inc., a software consulting firm. Cohen also worked as a systems analyst with Pennsylvania Life Insurance, and as a software consultant for Haney and Associates. He graduated from Cal State Northridge, where he majored in Business Administration, with a Quantitative Methods specialty.
As vice president of worldwide finance and operations, Robert Bunn will be responsible for worldwide financial and operational controls throughout Create!form International's global subsidiaries. Prior to joining Create!form International, Bunn was a senior associate with the investment banking arm of Arthur Andersen, Andersen Corporate Operations Finance LLC, where he specialized in raising private capital and merger advisory for middle market technology companies. In addition, Bunn served as an acquisition coordinator with Ferguson Enterprises, Inc., a $5 billion wholesale distributor. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a graduate of the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.
As vice president of strategic alliances, Mark Klenner will focus on the enhancement of new and advanced technologies through the partnering of revenue generation and product enhancement relations. He will work to establish and manage technical and business alliances with printer manufacturers, as well as ERP, document workflow, and storage vendors. Before assuming his new role Klenner had been Create!form International's general manager of Asia Pacific. Prior to joining Create!form International, he was the general manager of Precision International in Australia, and earlier served as sales manager with T&N Group Plc (UK); and SPX Corp. (USA).
Leigh Rowland, vice president of product development, has been with Create!form International since 1997. He has held the positions of product design manager and of technical support manager, where he was elemental in the development of Create!flash, a printer-based e-forms solution that merges spool files from any system. In his new position, Rowland will be responsible for overseeing the design and development of new product lines and features, and enhanced levels of supporting technical communications to help businesses maximize efficiency and productivity. Prior to joining Create!form, Rowland worked as a developer at Xerox, where he focused on developing printer language converters and electronic forms solutions. He graduated from the University of York (Great Britain) where he received honors in Mathematics and Computer Science.
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