Digiterre, the leading provider of software products and solutions for the investment management industry, today announces the appointment of Curt Aulet as VP of U.S. Business Development based in Digiterre's Manhattan office at 330 Madison Avenue.
Curt has been brought on as part of Digiterre's strategy to grow sales of dCRM, it's CRM application, to the U.S. investment management industry.
Curt will report directly to Digiterre Founder and CEO Ian Murrin, and brings to Digiterre an extensive background in the investment management technology sector both in the EMEA and Americas regions.
"Curt's wide range of experience across the investment management technology sector is a huge asset for the Digiterre in the U.S.," says Ian Murrin, Founder and CEO of Digiterre. "Demand for a CRM system that meets the requirements of the investment management industry is equally as high in the U.S. as we've found it to be in the EMEA region. We opened our U.S. office in 2008 in response to the requests we were getting from firms within the U.S., and we are delighted to be expanding the team to serve the U.S. market."
Curt's appointment comes as Digiterre begins to roll out dCRM to the U.S. market. The product is live at over 50 investment management firms worldwide and acts not only as a fast and scalable CRM application, but also as a tool to give users a single view of investor holdings and transaction data. The product generates transaction level and fund level role-based reports for both investor relations teams and senior managers.
"I'm delighted to have joined the Digiterre team in New York," says Curt. "The U.S. is an important market for Digiterre to pursue and dCRM is uniquely positioned as one inclusive system for all functional roles within small to large sized businesses. I have followed Digiterre's ongoing success and have always been impressed with their ability to adapt to changes in the investment management industry as well as the foresight they have shown in adding functionality to dCRM that addresses the unique problems the industry is currently experiencing."
Curt brings to Digiterre over twenty years in managing major financial institution relationships in the bbanking, brokerage, buy side, corporate and hedge fund community. Prior to joining Digiterre, Curt held senior roles at both U.S. and U.K. at firms including Complinet International, Thomson Financial, Bridge Information Systems, Market News International and MMS International where he managed strategic partnerships and major accounts, and contributed to the growth of all these businesses. Curt has a BA in Economics from Florida State University.