Microsystems Growth Calls for New Staff Member Additions
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Microsystems logoMicrosystems, a leading provider of document production solutions, today announced the addition of new staff members to support company growth as well as plans for expanding product and service offerings to the legal and life sciences markets and other document-intensive organizations.

Over 250,000 professionals globally rely on Microsystems solutions to help them improve document quality, increase productivity and mitigate document-related risk. Expansion of the Microsystems team positions the company to better serve its growing client base, while continuing to deliver innovative and competitive products.

“New opportunities have opened up at Microsystems as more organizations look to technology like DocXtools, EagleEye and 3BClean to help them do their jobs better and with reduced risk,” says Tom O'Sullivan, CEO of Microsystems. "These talented individuals are critical to extending competitive advantages to our customers and we look to them to lead new efforts that will bring added value to customers."

Individuals joining the Microsystems team to drive innovation and help address the evolving technology and business needs of the legal and life sciences industries include:

  • Adam Bourjaily, Solutions Center
  • Angela Crossland, Consultant – United Kingdom
  • Steven Driben, Regional Director, Sales - East
  • Michael Giannola, Solutions Center
  • John Hantak, Business Analyst 
  • Mark Kristie, Developer 
  • Jason Maeder, Senior Product Manager 
  • Stephanie Pavlakis, Client Relations Manager
  • Om Suthar, User Experience Designer 
  • Paul Talaga, Account Executive

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