April 8, 2008– Mimeo.com, the innovator of online, on-demand digital printing for business documents and marketing materials, announced today the opening of its West Coast headquarters in San Mateo, California. The new office is a direct outgrowth of Mimeo.com's accelerating business, which gave rise to the need for a regionally-based sales team. Mimeo.com's regional presence will allow "higher-touch" customer relationship management and heightened business visibility in the Silicon Valley technology community.
Michael Amico, formerly a senior Oracle sales executive since 2000, was named Vice President of Sales, and will head the office. Prior to joining Mimeo.com, Amico held several senior regional sales positions at Oracle.
"The opening of our San Mateo office further underscores Mimeo's growth in online, on-demand digital document management and printing," said Adam Slutsky, Chief Executive Officer of Mimeo.com. "San Mateo is a key area that has already demonstrated great demand for our services. The new office will allow us to deliver superior sales and support to our current customers and to the many opportunities we've identified in the region." "Silicon Valley is a high-energy, exciting hub for an innovative technology company like Mimeo.com to establish a stronger presence," stated Amico. "I look forward to building a top flight, highly-motivated team that will add to the company's continued growth and aggressive future expansion plans."
The office is located at 1510 Fashion Island Boulevard, suite 350, San Mateo, California, 94404. It has 5,000 square feet and will house approximately 40 people when fully occupied.
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