AnyDoc Software Names Robert Accarino as Business Development Manager for the Northeast U.S. Region
Press release from the issuing company
Tampa, FL — December 9, 2008 — AnyDoc Software, a leading provider of automated document, data capture, and classification solutions, announced today Robert Accarino as the latest addition to their sales team as the new Business Development Manager (BDM) for the Northeast U.S. region.
Accarino, based out of Long Island, NY, has nearly 15 years’ experience in document management under his belt and has been familiar with AnyDoc products for more than ten. In 1998, he attended training classes on template design and batch processing for OCR for AnyDoc® (then OCR for Forms™). The seasoned industry veteran is now delving into additional product and solution training to be an educational resource for resellers.
In his new position at AnyDoc, Accarino will foster relationships with resellers in the northeast, from Maine to Maryland and as far west as Ohio. He will be assisting the channel in identifying and closing sales opportunities and serve as a resource for that region.
In addition to seven years’ channel experience with Kofax, Accarino’s career includes a strong technical background as a sales engineer as well as experience working for industry resellers. Accarino also completed a stint on Wall Street in the investment banking arena, all while focused on document management.
“I am excited to have Robert joining AnyDoc Software and the channel sales team,” said David Talarico, AnyDoc’s vice president of channel sales for North America. “He brings nearly 15 years’ experience in document management to AnyDoc, and his technical background is a great foundation for this position. I am confident he will be an outstanding resource for our resellers and will uncover many opportunities while at AnyDoc,” Talarico continued.
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