Jeffrey Haas, Mail Industry-Expert, Joins MailSurity Systems to grow its Partner and Customer Base
Press release from the issuing company
(New York, NY) November 14, 2007 - MailSurity Systems Inc., the leader in Digital conversion and intelligent image distribution of inbound paper mail, is pleased to announce that Jeffery Haas has joined the company as its Director of Strategic Channels and New Business Development.
As an industry expert, Mr. Haas he has been monitoring the evolution of Digital Mail since the concept was first introduced several years ago. He has had an expansive career in the mail industry where he has worked for such companies as Pitney Bowes, OPEX, Bowe Bell & Howell, DHL Globalmail, SkyPostal International Mail Delivery Service and is currently President of Optimail Corporation, a mail industry brokerage and consulting firm.
Mr. Haas' decision to join MailSurity reflects his opinion that the market is poised for adoption of this important innovation in inbound mail processing and image distribution technology. "Paper mail represents a key area of vulnerability for enterprises in terms of security, compliance and potential legal liability. With MailSurity, companies no longer have to rely on their employees to bring potential issues to their attention, but can take real-time control of inbound mail through MailSurity's intelligent distribution process."
Bill Contessa, MailSurity's President and CEO, said, "We are pursuing a channel sales strategy as well as a direct sales approach to marketing our product and will take advantage of Jeff's industry expertise to continue our growth and support our flagship clients. We have no doubt that Jeff will prove to be a valuable asset in helping the Company bring its intelligent image distribution technology to the marketplace."
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