Dale Schwieger Promoted to Senior Vice President, Operations

Tuesday, January 08, 2002
Marex, Inc., a software products and technology services company offering electronic commerce and management information solutions to a wide range of businesses across multiple industries, today announced that Dale Schwieger has been promoted to senior vice president, operations. In this new capacity, Schwieger will oversee all aspects of the company's operations including information technology, products and services, systems integration, sales and marketing, and business development.

Schwieger joined Marex in August 2000 and has served the company in a number of technology roles including vice president, systems integration, where he led the development and management of Marex's systems integration solutions. Prior to joining Marex, Schwieger served as a consulting director with JS Technologies and as manager, site logistics for AutoNation, where he was responsible for systems implementation and integration for automotive dealer partners nationwide. Schwieger holds a B.A. in business from Florida International University and has more than 11 years of IT management experience in the retail and e-commerce sectors.

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