Fenetech names two new vice presidents

FeneTech Inc. has added two senior level executives to its management team.

JPG" />Craig Morris has been named vice president of engineering and Horst Mertes has been named vice president of sales and marketing. Morris has been with FeneTech for twelve years, serving as a software engineer, group manager and, most recently, as director of engineering. In this new role, he will be responsible for managing the growing operations of the entire FeneTech engineering staff.

Horst Mertes, an industry veteran with more than 25 years of sales experience, has been with FeneTech for four years, most recently serving as director of global sales. In his new role, he will be responsible for coordinating FeneTech’s worldwide marketing efforts, as well as assembling a global sales team.

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Date: 9 December 2011
Source: FeneTech Inc.

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