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Express Information Systems Welcomes New Account Executive

Aug 16 2013, 5:01am CDT | by PR.com

Texas-based Express Information Systems adds to its growing roster with Casey Calame, Account Executive.

Austin, TX, August 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Casey Calame has joined Texas-based Express Information Systems as an account executive. Previously a sales account executive at Kewill, Calame brings 7...

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Express Information Systems Welcomes New Account Executive

Aug 16 2013, 5:01am CDT | by PR.com

Texas-based Express Information Systems adds to its growing roster with Casey Calame, Account Executive.

Austin, TX, August 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Casey Calame has joined Texas-based Express Information Systems as an account executive. Previously a sales account executive at Kewill, Calame brings 7 years of experience in all facets of supply chain and logistic enterprise software sales. He signed on with the company in May 2013.

He currently manages Express’ client base in the Austin metro area, providing customers with knowledgeable feedback into which system will work best for their company’s specific needs.

“It’s rewarding. I get play a key role in improving these companies,” said Calame. “I listen to the problem areas and find a solution. Most of the time, our software helps every department work more efficiently. ”

Express Information Systems CEO Iris Schimke says the personnel change is a reflection of an expansion in the Austin market.

“Demand is growing and we’re working to put more people in the right spots to fulfill these companies’ needs,” said Schimke. “I’m confident Casey has the experience and charisma to lead us into happier customers and more sales.”

About Express Information Systems
Founded in 1989, Express Information Systems is one of Texas’ leading solution providers specializing in selling and implementing accounting and business software. The company provides integrated e-business solutions to help clients maximize efficiency within their organization and with customers, vendors and employees. Express Information Systems is a privately held company and is headquartered in San Antonio, TX. For more information on Express Information Systems please call 1.800.460.0333 or visit www.expressinfo.com.

Contact Information:
Express Information Systems
Aquila Mendez-Valdez
210-390-4284
Contact via Email
www.expressinfo.com

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