Kelvyn Stirk Joins IntApp as Vice President of Sales for Western United States and Canada

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Stirk adds longtime experience in legal software to growing IntApp team.

IntApp, Inc., provider of innovative software products that enable law firms to thrive in an increasingly competitive marketplace, today announced that Kelvyn Stirk has joined the company as vice president of sales for the Western United States and Canada.

Stirk has held multiple legal software sales and management roles, most recently spending seven years at OmTool, provider of document capture and routing software, where he was vice president of sales. Prior to that, he spent five years at OpenText, where he oversaw the delivery of document management, records management, conflicts and workflow software products to law firms.

"I'm pleased to welcome Kelvyn as a new leader in our growing sales and account management team," said Dan Tacone, President, IntApp. "He brings a wealth of experience and expertise which will directly benefit our customers and fuel our continuing growth and success in the marketplace."

About IntApp

IntApp provides software products and services that enable law firms to achieve competitive advantage by exceeding client compliance requirements, increasing revenue, and reducing operational costs. IntApp's three practice groups (Risk, Revenue and Integration) focus on understanding existing pressures and emerging trends, and translate this knowledge into products and best practices. IntApp products are the most-adopted in their respective categories - Wall Builder for law firm HIPAA compliance and client confidentiality management, Time Builder for time capture, and Integration Builder for application integration and master data management. IntApp serves over 300 customers, is endorsed by major software vendors across all categories, and has cultivated a vibrant partner community. For more information about IntApp, visit:

Kathryn Hume
IntApp, Inc.

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