Wembley, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 30, 2008 -- Do-It! Software Inc., a global provider of powerful and rapidly deployable document and information management software, today announced that it has named Asher Kirshenbaum as vice president of international markets. Kirshenbaum will be responsible for expanding global sales and business operations in geographies where the company does not have subsidiaries. This key addition to the management team will help Do-It! Software aggressively advance its position as a driving force in next-generation document and information management technology.
"As Do-It! Software expands its footprint in the global marketplace, we have to balance the technical innovation that has been our heritage, with the demands of running an aggressive business development schedule," said Jacob Isaac, CEO of Do-It!. "Asher combines the best of both worlds. He's been successful at developing and growing businesses in emerging markets, as well as in understanding the importance of innovation in the information technology industry. Asher will be a crucial part of the team." "I have spent my career helping innovative software companies expand in the global marketplace," said Kirshenbaum. "Organizations are clamoring for a simpler, more effective way to access critical data and collaborate within and among teams. I believe there is enormous opportunity as global organizations realize that fast and accessible business intelligence is the key to competitive advantage. I look forward to working with DocPoint's talented team to drive the company's ongoing success."
About Do-It! Software Do-It! Software is dedicated to simplifying information and knowledge management for everyone. DocPoint, its flagship product, is an integrated knowledge management program that offers precise document control and secure collaboration within and among distributed teams, while leveraging existing applications. Customers in a broad variety of sectors including finance, healthcare and government have taken advantage of DocPoint as an organizational knowledge solution.