Armedia Announces Software Division Leader

by | Mar 25, 2008

Atlanta, GA March 25, 2008—Armedia LLC, a leading provider of content management software and services, announced today the addition of software sales executive Leslie Dalton to lead its growing software business.

“As we continued to expand our software solutions, we realized we needed an A player to spearhead that effort, said Jim Nasr, Armedia CEO. “To that end, we are delighted to welcome Leslie Dalton, a proven leader who will grow our award-winning software solutions business.” Named Vice President of Global Software Sales, Dalton is tasked with growing Armedia’s software business.

Dalton has nearly 20 years experience selling technology solutions. Based in Philadelphia, Dalton recently served as vice president mid-Atlantic sales for CYA Technologies, a long-time Armedia partner.

“I’m excited to join the Armedia team and lead the software sales effort,” Dalton said. “Having been in the software sales business a long time, I understand the keys to success are innovative, top-notch solutions as well as a deep understanding of customer needs. At Armedia, we have both, and I look forward to bringing these solutions to the many organizations that need them.”

About Armedia
Armedia, a leading software, consulting, and integration firm, is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, and specializes in content management and content-related solutions. Armedia’s mission is to provide world-class solutions for clients to automate the creation, capture, organization, and presentation of their intellectual assets. Software products include Caliente!, a filesystem-based EMC Documentum integration application; C3, an industry award winning tool for application development and management; IMS, an award winning mobile application for insurance incident management, and Ligero, a content management-enabled caching server. Armedia has offices in Atlanta, GA, Vienna, VA, and Philadelphia, PA.

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