TwoFour adds Steven Dorlen to consulting sales team

Source: TwoFour

TwoFour, a leading provider of global real-time software solutions and a trusted consultancy in capital and treasury markets today announced the appointment of Steven Dorlen to the U.S.-based consulting sales team.

TwoFour Consulting sources and provides professional consultants to help firms develop, deploy and optimize technology strategies across all sectors of capital markets. In addition, TwoFour offers software solutions including FX, cash management and credit systems.
Dorlen has nearly twenty years of experience sourcing and selling technology consulting services to major investment banking, brokerage and financial services firms, as well as middle-market firms. In each of his positions, Dorlen has a steady track record of success in the establishment and management of long-term client relationships within many well-known financial institutions. Previous roles included senior management positions at Hyatt Leader, a NY-based firm specializing in recruiting consultants for Fortune 500 companies and Princeton Information, an IT consulting firm that provides a full range of on-, near- and off-shore staffing, services and solutions to Fortune 500s.

"Relationships are the core of any business, and throughout my career I have had a consistent focus on cultivating the new while maintaining the established," says Dorlen. "I look forward to bringing this same philosophy to TwoFour - a company that continually achieves year-on-year growth with an impressive client portfolio that I hope to help build and strengthen.

Stephen Fry, Managing Director of TwoFour Consulting, stated: "I am pleased to welcome Steven as the newest addition to TwoFour's rapidly growing consultancy business. Steven's proven sales skills, industry knowledge and dedication to providing the best in customer service adds great value to a very talented team. We are confident that Steven will be successful in augmenting our robust client roster with new relationships and opportunities across broader sectors of the industry."

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