|By Marketwired .||
|July 2, 2014 09:47 AM EDT||
PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 07/02/14 -- Ipro Tech, LLC, a worldwide leader in the design of eDiscovery software, today announces Stephen Cole has joined the growing company as an Alliance Partner Manager.
The Alliance Partner Manager position is another enhancement to Ipro's strategy of helping their vast network of partners grow their business utilizing Ipro's suite of products. The Alliance Partner Manager will focus efforts on building great relationships between Ipro and its Partners, who service the thousands of law firms, government agencies, and corporations needing eDiscovery services.
Stephen Cole is an industry veteran, having nearly 20 years in the eDiscovery industry. He is a client-facing professional with a mix of P&L responsibility, account management, consulting, and general outsourcing expertise in the legal market. Prior to joining Ipro, he most recently served as Vice President, Legal Market for Novitex Enterprise Solutions (formerly Pitney Bowes Management Services), where he had overall legal market responsibility for one of the largest outsourcing providers to law firms offering litigation support and general back-office operations. Stephen holds an MBA from Georgetown University and an undergraduate degree from the College of William & Mary.
"With all of Stephen's knowledge and experience, it is easy to see why we are ecstatic he decided to join Ipro," said Kim Taylor, President and COO of Ipro Tech,LLC. "We feel that his expertise will be a great benefit to Ipro's Alliance Partner Management program. Stephen's account management experience will be a terrific boon to our ability to further develop our alliance partnerships and we believe he will be an outstanding addition to our growing team."
For information on joining the Ipro team, visit www.iprotech.com/careers.
About Ipro Tech, LLC
Founded in 1989, Ipro is a global leader in the development of advanced software solutions used by legal professionals to streamline the discovery process. Ipro's worldwide network of corporations, law firms, government agencies, and legal service providers rely on Ipro's Enterprise platform to organize, review, process, and produce litigation data of vast sizes and complexity levels more efficiently and cost-effectively than ever before. For more information on Ipro, visit www.iprotech.com.
Ipro Tech, Inc.
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