RealTime Shredding Names Vice President of Sales and Marketing

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RealTime Shredding, Inc., has named Scott Spangenberg vice president of sales and marketing.

RealTime Shredding, Inc., has named Scott Spangenberg vice president of sales and marketing.

Spangenberg will lead RealTime Shredding's national and international work in marketing and selling the company's self-service kiosks. Developed to help consumers and businesses prevent identity theft, The Self-Service Shredder cross-cut shreds paper, cardboard, credit cards, paper clips, staples, and even CDs, DVDs, and floppy disks. The industrial-strength shredder, featuring multiple control points for maximum safety, can shred up to 200 sheets of paper a minute.

Before joining RealTime Shredding, Spangenberg was western regional sales manager for Dahle North America (Peterborough, N.H.) and HSM of America (West Chester, Pa). Previously, he held positions of VAR (value-added reseller) development manager, business development manager and key accounts manager for Zebra Technologies Corporation (Vernon Hills, Ill.). Spangenberg also served as vice president of electronics for O'Neil Product Development, Inc. (Irvine, Calif.), launching the international rollout of specialty portable printers.

Spangenberg holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Redlands (San Diego).

About RealTime Shredding, Inc.
RealTime Shredding, Inc. (http://www.realtimeshredding.com/) manufactures and markets The Self-Service Shredder, the first self-service shredding kiosk designed specifically for business and consumer use. The patented, UL-approved Self-Service Shredder is the first to offer shredding on a public-use basis, providing a safe, fast, convenient, inexpensive way to shred confidential documents and other materials. The industrial-strength shredder cross-cut shreds paper, cardboard, credit cards, paper clips, staples, CDs, DVDs, and floppy disks at a rate of up to 200 sheets of paper a minute.

Installations include banks, professional service firms, business and shipping centers, schools, retail stores, and public/government facilities. Small and mid-sized businesses rely on The Self-Service Shredder to help assure compliance with HIPAA and FACTA document destruction requirements. Based in Colorado Springs, the woman-owned and -operated company offers The Self-Service Shredder with multiple options, and through purchase and lease plans.

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