INSCI announces appointment of Richard Gerstner to board.
Gerstner is well known in the computer industry. He worked for IBM for many years and held several senior positions including group executive in charge of IBM's Asia Pacific operations. He also led IBM's successful personal computer line of business. In 1994, as president and CEO of Telular Corp., a wireless communications company, he took the company public. He currently advises several early stage high technology companies.
According to Dr. Ted Prince, Chairman and CEO of INSCI Corp., "We are excited at the appointment of Mr. Gerstner to the board of directors. Dick has a wealth of experience in the high technology industry and brings a perspective in this regard to the board which will provide great value to the company and its shareholders. With the industry moving as rapidly as it is, and with the scope and direction of technology becoming ever more crucial, it is vital that we have access to experienced leaders in the industry who can help us map out the correct course. We believe that Dick will be of great help to us in this regard." -0-
INSCI Corp. develops, markets, and supports client/server electronic printing and document management software utilizing optical disk and CD storage technology to index, archive, retrieve and distribute computer-generated documents and scanned images including statements, reports, invoices and transaction data. INSCI also sells print-on-demand software for the automated document factory market. The company provides customers with an extensive range of systems integration and consulting services based upon its expertise in integrated output management, electronic printing, print-on-demand, data storage, data warehousing and data mining. The company is headquartered in Westborough, Mass.
Dr. E. Ted Prince, 508/870-4015
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|Date:||Apr 8, 1996|
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