Michael’s tremendous work in developing new business opportunities and managing business relationships with Maritz and Sendouts speaks for itself. We are excited to bring him into DataServ to help manage and accommodate our rapidly growing client base.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 03, 2016
DataServ, a global Software as a Service (SaaS) provider of document and process automation solutions, is broadening its sales staff with the addition of Michael Casey as Business Development Account Manager. In this key role, Casey will lead DataServ’s sales channel development, including expansion of existing clients and building its partner network.
Casey brings over 17 years of business development expertise to DataServ. For the past 11 years he worked in various account and business development roles at Maritz, Inc., where he built partnerships with some of the most renowned brands in the automotive, airline, and financial services industries. Prior to his tenure at Maritz, Casey was the Director of Sales and Marketing at Sendouts, and he was instrumental in their growth and establishing their market leadership. Casey holds a Marketing degree from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
“Michael’s tremendous work in developing new business opportunities and managing business relationships with Maritz and Sendouts speaks for itself, and we are very excited to bring him into DataServ to help manage and accommodate our rapidly growing client base,” says DataServ Founder/CEO Jeff Haller. “In addition, we continue to expand and increase our channel partner relationships, and having Michael manage and develop those relationships is essential to our future growth. We are very excited to have him on the DataServ team.”
DataServ is a global SaaS provider of document and process workflow automation for the financial operations and human resources functions. A cloud computing pioneer of FinTech solutions for Purchase to Pay (P2P) and Quote to Cash (Q2C), DataServ’s Open E-Invoicing is utilized by companies in 48 different countries.