iConstituent Promotes Company Veteran for COO Role

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Ben Shichman Named Chief Operating Officer

Great leadership inspires great innovation

iConstituent, LLC, the leading provider of eCommunications applications and services to the United States Congress, elected officials and Public Sector agencies, today announced that Ben Shichman will assume the dual role of Chief Operating Officer / Chief Technology Officer (COO / CTO).

“Great leadership inspires great innovation,” said iConstituent CEO Zain Khan. “Ben’s vast experience as an entrepreneur and technologist for enterprise-class software companies continues to bring an innovative perspective to iConstituent’s development efforts. He adds depth and expertise to the executive management team that helps iConstituent continue its commitment to deliver industry-leading solutions into the future.”

Shichman has over 20 years experience as a proven technology visionary, entrepreneur, and architect. He has served as iConstituent’s Chief Technology Officer for 5 years, where he has been responsible for the management of the company’s product and professional service offerings. Prior to iConstituent, Shichman served in executive management positions for several start-up ventures and consultancies.

In addition to his responsibilities in the Product and Professional Services areas as CTO of iConstituent, as Chief Operating Officer, Ben will oversee corporate strategic planning and process management, internal information system applications, and means to better coordinate departments.

“iConstituent has established itself as pioneer and a visionary organization,” said Shichman. “We use technology solutions to solve problems congressional offices face that traditional methodologies have not been able to previously address. Our unique approach of working closely with our customers on developing these solutions enables us to consistently meet their evolving needs.”

About iConstituent
iConstituent LLC develops eCommunications software for Federal and State office holders and agencies to help them manage their constituent communications more effectively. iConstituent customers include over 300 members and caucuses of the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, and various State Legislatures and Governor’s offices.

The company is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and with additional offices in Santa Monica, CA. For more information, visit http://www.iconstituent.com

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