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Interneer appoints new chief marketing officer and VP of business development
[June 27, 2013]

Interneer appoints new chief marketing officer and VP of business development

Jun 27, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Interneer, Inc., a provider of business process management software for process automation applications and smart mobile apps, has appointed Peter Hargittay as new chief marketing officer and vice president, or VP, of business development.

"Peter brings extensive and very relevant marketing and business development leadership to Interneer," said Romeo Elias, CEO at Interneer. "Peter offers a rare combination of creative, analytical, and operations skills, resulting in an impressive track record of successfully achieving significant revenue growth. He had been on our advisory board since May 2012 and has worked closely with me since this time. Peter is a great addition to our executive management team and will be instrumental in adding value to our customers and driving significant revenue growth." Mr Hargittay will be responsible for all marketing and business development functions on a global basis. Prior to joining Interneer, Mr Hargittay was vice president of Marketing and Sales Operations at Arise Virtual Solutions, the world's largest provider of virtual Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services with over 25,000 agents working virtually from home offices. Before that, he was vice president of Marketing in the Americas for Aegis, a global BPO provider with operations in 57 locations in 13 countries and $1 billion in revenue, the company said.

Prior to Aegis, as the head of marketing and investor relations, Peter was instrumental in the IPO and Secondary Offering of PeopleSupport, a leading provider of customer service, sales and tech support. Earlier, Peter served as a marketing executive at FileNet, a leading BPM software provider, the company added. Republication or redistribution, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without prior written consent. Datamonitor shall not be liable for errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon

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