Systemware Announces New Director of Product Strategy and Management

31 March 2008

Systemware Inc., a leading specialized enterprise content management company, today announced that Debbie Laudermilk has been appointed the Director of Product Strategy and Product Management. In her new role as Product Manager, Laudermilk is responsible for managing Systemware’s product line life cycle, from strategic planning to tactical activities. Laudermilk will ensure that new and existing Systemware products and solutions address the strategic needs of customers and the market. Laudermilk will research customer and market issues, support vertical business lines, develop go-to-market strategies, and make certain Systemware product lines are well defined and delivered.

“We are thrilled to have Debbie join us during this exciting time for Systemware,” said Frankie Basso, vice president of marketing, Systemware. “As we continue to grow and expand our product offerings, Systemware will benefit from the knowledge and expertise that Debbie brings with her.

Prior coming to Systemware, Debbie spent more than 20 years with Fidelity Information Services (FIS). Most recently, Laudermilk served as Senior Vice President of Business Development in Commercial Technology Solutions for FIS. Laudermilk also had positions during her tenure at FIS that included VP of Product Management, VP of Application Development, Account Management and Application Development Management. Her breadth of experience includes developing product strategy for banking solutions, building partnership alliances, managing client relationships, managing conversions and acquisitions for financial institutions, and development management.

“Content management solutions can solve many challenges in companies today by streamlining work and process flows, improving customer service and adding new information capability. I am looking forward to helping Systemware position itself as the market leader and deliver solutions that will establish Systemware as a world-class content solution provider,” said Debbie Laudermilk.

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