HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL, October 30, 2003 - Lucid Dream Software, a leading developer of cutting-edge software solutions that boost prepress and production workflow performance, recently named Paul M. Schweet, Hoffman Estates, IL, as vice president of sales and marketing. David Lewis, president, Lucid Dream Software, made the announcement.
Schweet is responsible for all sales and marketing activities at Lucid Dream including the company's marketing promotions and direct sales of its products, such as its OnTimeProof soft proofing and remote approval management system. Schweet is also responsible for overseeing the company's growing dealer network and developing dealer relationships worldwide.
"Paul is a dynamic leader known for his customer-centric, no-nonsense management style," says Lewis. "He brings to the job a unique strategic vision, a wealth of experience with sales analysis and sales team development, and a proven ability to manage sales cycles. He is an exceptional addition to the Lucid Dream sales and marketing team."
Paul has more than 25 years of sales management experience. Before joining Lucid, he was with Titan Corporation. As vice president of sales for Titan Corporation's e-Commerce Solutions Group, Cayenta, he helped grow the division in just over 3 years from a $4 million company to $21 million software and services firm.
In addition, Schweet worked as a regional manager for DataWorks Corporation, spearheading the company's growth from $6 million to a $150 million software development company specializing in mid-market ERP and related applications. Previously he was a Midwest regional manager for DataWorks, where he headed one of the company's top revenue contributing regions in the company.
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