e4marine Appoints New Project Manager

Wednesday, September 26, 2001
Business-to-business e-commerce enabler e4marine has enhanced its management steam with the appointment of Kurt Karstensen as Project Manager. He will be responsible for integrating e4marine’s increasing number of projects of both new suppliers and buyers. The 41-year-old Mr. Karstensen brings to e4marine extensive experience in IT projects directly related to customers and systems integration, especially with regard to electronic transactions and electronic payment in the financial market. His appointment adds a major new dimension to e4marine’s services to the marine industry. Kurt Karstensen has a Masters Degree from BI (the Norwegian School of Management) with specialisation in IT, project management and international management. He joins e4marine after completing his final project with Ementor as a Senior Consultant.
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