To keep pace with surging demand among financial businesses for process automation, decision support, and other critical capabilities that can be delivered via a managed service model, Long Island-based CorrectNet today announced the appointment of industry veteran Warren Brinker, who joins the firm as a SVP - Relationship Executive.
Brinker, along with existing Relationship Executives Jim Mancuso and Jim Rich, will lead a team of sales and client support professionals responsible for establishing and sustaining long-term relationships with prime brokers, custodials, global financials, fund managers, service providers, and other financial businesses. "CorrectNet's tremendous appeal," Brinker notes, "lies in its proven ability to quickly address long-standing problems-like accessing and leveraging one's own data assets, improving overall business agility and competitiveness, and offloading overtaxed IT groups."
Brinker's 21 years of management experience spans senior roles at The Bank of New York, Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), and Omgeo, a global joint venture between Thomson Financial and DTCC. He was a Member of the New York Mercantile Exchange, specializing in energy trading. Most recently, Brinker was Vice President of Sales for SunGard STeP, responsible for managing a sales team and all sales and account management activities in the Americas.
Commenting on the latest addition to CorrectNet's senior management team, CEO Robert J. Miller said: "Our clientele rely on us not only for cutting-edge technological innovation, but for business perspectives necessary to win new business. Warren's diverse experience will enable him to act as an expert advisor to clients while simultaneously fueling CorrectNet's growth. We welcome him as a very important addition to our management team."
CorrectNet's explosive growth is in response to continued acceptance of its unique data management platform. Asset management firms across the world continue to expand their utilization of the platform across multiple business units to solve their most challenging reporting issues.
CorrectNet's Jim Rich comments: "After spending millions of dollars over several years, firms are starting to realize that the data warehouse is not the ultimate panacea they had envisioned. Clients leverage our unique platform to expand the capabilities of their data warehouse and extract the true value of their data assets. This realization is what fuels our growth."