Seattle (PRWEB) March 1, 2007
Document Command, Inc. (http://www.documentcommand.com) has hired mail-services veteran Doug MacDonald as Vice President of Sales, and technology executive Paul Irvine as Vice President of Engineering. Document Command's Remote Control Mail™ (http://www.remotecontrolmail.com) service gives people the ability to access their postal mail online, from anywhere in the world.
Vice President of Sales Doug MacDonald enjoyed a 22-year career at mailing giant Pitney Bowes, where he was most recently the District Director of the Global Mailing Systems Division that covered seven northwestern states. MacDonald also served as Vice President of Sales with USArchive and Imaging Services, Inc., where he was responsible for providing a full spectrum of outsourced document management solutions to government and enterprise customers.
Irvine brings 27 years of experience in software engineering and as an IT executive, with extensive multi-industry experience in the Internet, e-commerce, enterprise architecture, financial industries, manufacturing, retail, logistics, consulting and software product development. Irvine previously served with Dotster, Via Training, Emerald Solutions, Wang, and Racal. He is a winner of CIO 100 Awards in both 2004 and 2005.
"We are honored to have Doug and Paul join our company," said Ron Wiener, founder and CEO of Document Command. "The depth of Doug's experience in both the postal mail and document management industries is rare and extremely valuable to us, given that enterprise customers typically insert our platform exactly where these two very different spheres intersect. Paul's experience, energy, and his pioneering work in document imaging systems, data architecture, and business rules analysis are a great contribution to the ambitious global infrastructure development occurring here at DCI."
About Document Command, Inc.
Document Command (http://www.documentcommand.com) gives customers the ability to access individually addressed postal mail online - as easily as email - from anywhere in the world. The service also manages standardized process mail, such as claim forms, invoices, and checks, even more efficiently and cost-effectively. Remote Control Mail (http://www.remotecontrolmail.com) online postal mail may be used by individuals, small-to-medium sized businesses, and enterprises. The company's popular Remote Control Mail™ service is already in use by businesses and individuals in more than 80 countries. The company also connects a network of mail presort bureaus in major cities to provide local mail pickup, sorting, and document scanning services. Founded in 2004, Document Command operates a 60,000-sq-ft mail processing and document archival center in Beaverton, Oregon, and the company headquarters is located in Seattle, Washington.
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Melissa Milburn, Document Command