eCopy Appoints David Toub Vice President Product Marketing
Press release from the issuing company
Nashua, NH, June 8, 2004—eCopy, Inc., an innovative provider of document distribution and integration solutions, today announced it has appointed David Toub as vice president of product marketing. Toub will drive the product strategy for eCopy’s growing product portfolio, which has increased almost ten fold over the last three years.
“As more and more companies are demanding ways to funnel paper documents into their existing electronic workflows, eCopy enjoys unparalleled market opportunity,” said Edward Schmid, president and CEO of eCopy, Inc. “With more than three decades of experience in high-tech product management, marketing, and related areas, David brings the leadership and expertise needed to implement a product strategy that will fuel eCopy’s continuing growth.”
Prior to joining eCopy, Toub was a principal at the Toub Group, a consulting firm providing product and market strategy to a wide range of high-tech enterprises from Fortune 50 companies to startups. He was president and co-founder of Internet Commerce Services Corporation (iCOMS), a provider of order management, transaction processing, and payment systems and consulting. Prior to founding iCOMS, Toub was the vice president of electronic commerce and application services for BBN Planet Corporation. He has also held a number of senior level general management, product management, and marketing positions at Digital Equipment Corporation.
Toub holds a bachelor’s of science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and master’s in business administration fromBostonUniversity.
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