Concept Searching is pleased to announce that Steve Mann has joined the team as Vice President of Sales. The addition of Steve to Concept Searching’s sales management team will provide additional depth and experience to accommodate Concept Searching’s rapid growth.

“We are delighted to have someone of Steve’s background and expertise join our team. Steve possesses the unique combination of experience and industry knowledge that will continue to build on Concept Searching’s reputation,” said Martin Garland, President. “Adding Steve to our team illustrates our commitment to invest in our continued growth. His exceptional track record of success and his clear understanding of the value of intelligent metadata in driving policy and process made Steve a natural fit with Concept Searching,” he concluded.

Steve comes to Concept Searching with over 14 years in the IT industry, with proven expertise in consulting, solutions delivery, sales, and project management in business-to-business environments. He has spent the past fifteen months as Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development for WAND. Steve is experienced in Microsoft technologies, including SharePoint, and in providing guidance on best practices, technical advice, and solutions to address a wide range of business challenges, leveraging a combination of Microsoft and third party technology solutions. Previous client work has included Aramco Services and Hunt Refining.

“I am excited about joining the Concept Searching team,” said Mann. “My career has been focused on delivering world-class solutions that deliver significant bottom-line results. It is very rewarding to become a part of Concept Searching and assist organizations in maximizing the value and capability of their technology investments, to drive efficiencies within areas such as search, records management, data privacy, text analytics and risk management. I am looking forward to making a contribution to Concept Searching’s ongoing success and providing best-of-breed solutions to the US market.”

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