AIM Software, a global software provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) solutions for financial and securities institutions worldwide, today announced the appointment of Marco Sablone as Director of Sales for the North American Market.
Reporting to Josef Sommeregger, Chief Commercial Officer, Marco Sablone will be responsible for leveraging AIM Software’s success in the region and increasing company revenues.
Sablone said: “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to represent AIM Software. The company delivers innovative solutions that can satisfy all reference data management needs of a financial institution on a single and integrated platform. We bring a fresh approach to the Data Management space that resonates with financial institutions."
"AIM Software has proven it can help firms put in place a companywide reference data environment for securities, clients and counterparties. This expertise is a tremendous asset for any financial institution exploring how it can best tackle today’s data management challenges. I am excited to join the team and accelerate our growth in this market," said Sablone.
Before joining AIM Software, Sablone was Director of Sales and Marketing at Joss Technology, a specialist software provider focused on entity data management solutions for the financial services industry.
He brings to AIM Software almost 15 years of experience in financial information and data management technology. He has held several senior sales and business development positions in Europe and in the USA including at Interactive Data, where he helped open up new markets and managed several of the firm’s strategic accounts and partnerships.
Josef Sommeregger, Chief Commercial Officer, said, "The North American Market represents a rapidly expanding market for AIM Software. Hiring Marco is part of our aggressive approach to growth. We continue to strengthen our sales, analysis and implementation capacity in both New York and London. His wealth of experience in serving the capital markets industry will help us develop opportunities and better serve customers and partners in the region."
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