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Infotrieve Hires Mary Ging, Global Publishing Expert, to Lead EU Office
Date:3/7/2013

Wilton, CT (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

Infotrieve, Inc. (http://www.infotrieve.com), the global leader in e-content business service solutions, today announced that Mary Ging has joined the company as Managing Director of EMEA and Executive Director of Publisher Relations. In this role, she will lead Infotrieve’s European operations, as well as manage the company’s partnerships with scientific, technical and medical publishers worldwide.

“Infotrieve is excited to welcome Mary, a seasoned professional in the publishing industry, to our global team,” said Ken Benvenuto, President and Chief Executive Officer of Infotrieve. “With her extensive global experience, and consistent record of driving revenue growth, we look forward to the continued expansion of our business in Europe and beyond, and collaborating even more closely with our publisher business partners to our mutual benefit.”

Ging has worked in the publishing industry for more than 20 years in senior executive positions for Elsevier and Harcourt Publishers, Ltd. As a Strategic Consultant, she has assisted many clients with business development and transformation to accelerate growth. Ging holds an M.B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis and a B.A. from the University of Arizona at Tucson.

About Infotrieve, Inc.
Infotrieve is the global leader in developing business service solutions that improve access to e-content and inspire collaboration through secure social networking tools. Infotrieve’s expertise includes people, process and technology solutions that deliver innovations, helping our clients drive their businesses forward with the efficient use of information. Infotrieve has tens of thousands of clients around the world, including more than half of the Fortune Global 500.

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