Price is Right for Aegis PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Monday, 11 February 2013 10:20

HORSHAM, PA -- Aegis Software has promoted Paul Price to vice president of sales worldwide, responsible for management of all sales channels and personnel.

The appointment comes on the heels of the software company's doubling in size and number of offices following its acquisition of Diplan.

Price was director of Aegis Asia, where his strategic directions delivered exponential growth of the division and firmly established the company's operations there. Prince has been with Aegis for 12 years.

In a press release, Price said, "I am greatly looking forward to building on my strategic development and sales experience, and on Aegis’ sterling reputation in electronics manufacturing to continue growth across our manufacturing markets around the world."




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