April 14, 2008, 12:00 AM

StrongMail hires 20-year accounting veteran as chief financial officer

E-mail technology company StrongMail Systems Inc, has hired Bill Griffin as its new chief financial officer. Griffin, a 20-year finance veteran, will manage finance, administration and human resource activities for StrongMail Systems.

E-mail technology company StrongMail Systems Inc, has hired Bill Griffin as its new chief financial officer. Griffin, a 20-year finance veteran, will manage finance, administration and human resource activities for StrongMail Systems.

Prior to joining StrongMail Griffin worked as chief financial officer for car insurance marketplace InsWeb Corp. where he oversaw accounting, finance, investor relations and treasury. In the past Griffin also was chief financial officer at e-commerce software firm Inference Corp. and co-founder and vice president of Internet infrastructure company ZipSend Inc. Griffin began his career as a certified public accountant at Ernst & Young.

"The caliber of StrongMail`s solutions and services have enabled us to carve out a dominant position in the marketplace, and Bill`s impressive track record with private and public companies will play an instrumental role in taking us to the next level," says Sam Cece, CEO of StrongMail Systems. "Bill is a solid addition to our executive management team and is a reflection of StrongMail`s commitment to growing the company in a strategic manner that ensures our future success and the continued delivery of world-class service to our impressive and rapidly growing customer roster."

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