TORONTO, ON – January 16, 2007 – Prinova, the leader in document design, development and delivery solutions today appointed Robert Calabrese to the role of vice president of worldwide sales and marketing. Calabrese is an industry veteran having honed his skills at CA and DocSense—a Pitney Bowes software company. He will lead Prinova’s sales growth strategy and marketing direction effective immediately. In this role, Calabrese will apply his industry knowledge and technology expertise in software applications and professional services sales management to create campaigns that drive Prinova’s worldwide sales efforts.
“Prinova is poised for tremendous growth, and Bob’s solid track record in driving strong market performance will help build on our current momentum and bring us to new levels of success,” said Nick Romano, co-founder and CEO, Prinova. “We’re thrilled to welcome someone of his caliber to our team.”
“The market potential for Prinova is vast and I’m looking forward to working with the Prinova team on extending its footprint in the document communications space,” said Calabrese. “Prinova possesses the key ingredients for success: a fast-growing customer base with some of the largest Fortune 1000 companies in the world, a management team with deep industry knowledge and an innovative solution suite.”
Calabrese comes to Prinova from CA MDY, one of the world's largest IT management software providers, where he served as the senior vice president of sales and marketing at MDY. Calabrese managed MDY’s growth on a global basis over a two year period, resulting in CA’s acquisition of MDY, a leading provider of enterprise records management software and services.
Prior to joining CA, Calabrese was the vice president of global sales and business development at DocSense, a Pitney Bowes software provider that helps implement systems, software and service solutions to engineer the flow of communication for high volume mailers. As the leader of DocSense’s sales team, Calabrese contributed to an average growth of 21% over six years for the direct and channel sales teams.
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