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CyberMark Names New Vice President of Sales and Director of Marketing

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Feb 11, 2002  ||   

Pair brings 27 Years of Combined Campus Card Syste

Tallahassee, FL, February 11, 2002 - As part of continued expansion, CyberMark recently named Richard Lewis Vice President of Sales and Laura Snyder Director of Marketing. The campus card system veterans will spearhead the company1s new sales and marketing headquarters located in Atlanta, GA.

”CyberMark is pleased to have two professionals with campus card system experience join our already knowledgeable team,” said Glenn Santmire, CyberMark CEO. “We are looking forward to the fresh perspective they bring to our company and expect them to play a key role in expanding CyberMark’s leadership position in providing smart card solutions to the higher education market

Richard Lewis joins CyberMark after three and a half years as Senior Vice President for Affiliate Acquisitions at CTN Media Group. Prior to his tenure at CTN, Richard enjoyed 22 years in the campus cards system market, serving as Vice President of Sales for Griffin Technology, Inc. and National Sales Manager for Diebold after the company1s acquisition of Griffin Technology in 1995.

Laura Snyder joins CyberMark after serving as the Marketing Communications Manager at Triton Systems, Inc., the leading provider of off-premise ATMs and ATM management software. Previously, she held Business Development, Sales Support and Marketing positions at Diebold and Griffin Technology.

About CyberMark
CyberMark is a leading provider of smart card solutions in North America with installations in Higher Education Institutions, Automobile Dealerships, and Mall/Merchant locations. With operations in Tallahassee, FL and Atlanta, Georgia, CyberMark’s experienced personnel have been working with identification card systems for decades and are experts in all methods of ID card management, distribution, printing, marketing and systems integration. For more information visit
www.cybermark.com

Contact: Jenny Stingl
CyberMark
(850) 561-1055 ext. 271
[email protected]

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