TORONTO, Feb. 3 - Xenos Group Inc., the data to e-content company, today announced the expansion of its management team with the appointment of Lee Garrison as Vice President, Marketing, reinforcing the company's commitment to marketing and sales initiatives that drive broader market adoption and revenue growth.
Mr. William Kurtz, Vice President of Sales, continues his strong leadership of the sales organization with a focus on partnering with customers and delivering solutions that fit their requirements.
Mr. Garrison brings extensive experience in technical marketing, market-driven product management and business development to Xenos, where he will be responsible for global marketing and product management. He was most recently Vice President, Product Management at Tucows, a leading wholesale provider of Internet Services.
Previously, Mr. Garrison was Vice President, Marketing at Sitraka, Canada's largest self-funded software company and a leader in application performance management that was acquired by Quest Software in November 2002. He led worldwide marketing strategy and the teams responsible for corporate marketing communications, product management and business development that grew a nascent Java tools business into an industry-shaping product leader. During his tenure, the company won numerous product excellence awards and captured market share through innovative multi-channel marketing strategies and key strategic alliances with partners such as Sun Microsystems, IBM, HP and BEA. He has also held international marketing and sales positions at Alias Research and IBM Software.
"We are pleased to welcome Lee to this leadership position of our strategic marketing efforts," stated Jim Farmer, President and COO of Xenos. "His international experience, customer-focused perspective and disciplined approach to strategic product marketing will be instrumental to the successful growth and market penetration of Xenos solutions including our InfoWEB, d2e Vision and GoXML software product lines."
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