eQuorum Appoints Ray Newman VP, Information Services

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Document management leader announces promotion.

Ray Newman has been named Vice President, Information Services for eQuorum Corporation, the developer and marketer of ImageSite; a highly configurable enterprise content management system offered as a cloud or as an on-site solution. Mr. Newman has over 25 years of experience managing the development of software products targeted to engineering, CAD, and GIS communities.

“We are proud of Ray’s successes while at eQuorum," said Scott Brandt, CEO and President of eQuorum. "In his new role as Vice President of Information Services, he will be responsible for taking this technology-rich company to the next level, helping it become the SaaS leader for enterprise document management systems. His results-oriented approach and ability to make things happen will play a pivotal role in extending our track record of innovation.”

Mr. Newman will oversee eQuorum’s development efforts, all quality assurance activities, customer support, and customer implementations. In his role he will ensure the continuation of eQuorum’s high quality and stability in its software; characteristics that have been the hallmark of the company.

Prior to joining eQuorum, Ray was Vice President of Software at Byers Engineering Company where he was responsible for the software development group, and managed the full life cycle development, implementation, and support of all Automated Mapping, Facility Management and Geographic Information System (AM/FM/GIS) product lines at Byers Engineering.

"eQuorum is at the forefront of enterprise document management. Using the cloud and other innovative technologies will differentiate eQuorum in the market place. Additionally, leveraging mobile applications will afford its customers unfettered access to all of the enterprise’s content, whether CAD drawings, Office documents, or emails, regardless of their location,” said Mr. Newman. "I am excited to be put in a key position of the new eQuorum. With the mountains of document files and file types and the need to access, search, and archive this content, more and more firms require the speed, scalability, and integration which eQuorum delivers."

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