SOURCE: doForms, Inc.

doForms, Inc.

February 19, 2015 09:05 ET

doForms Appoints Laura Teller, SVP Strategic Partnerships

Mobile Forms Company Sees Significant Expansion Opportunity With Partner Networks

CRANFORD, NJ--(Marketwired - February 19, 2015) - doForms, Inc., the mobile forms and workflow software company, has announced the appointment of business and sales strategy veteran Laura Teller as Senior Vice President of Strategic Partnerships.

Laura reports directly to doForms CEO, John Darienzo, who said, "Laura's deep expertise in developing and executing sales and go-to-market strategies will enable us to capitalize on and rapidly expand our partner channel. Her skills as a strategist and relationship-builder, along with her energy and insights, will help elevate our presence with key partners and drive revenue growth in new markets. We are delighted to welcome her to the team."

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Prior to joining doForms, Laura was Chief Strategy Officer at Connotate, Inc., which provides technology for harvesting website content at scale. Before Connotate, she served as Chief Strategy Officer for advanced analytics company Opera Solutions. She came to that position from TellerGroup Consulting, a consulting group that provided market opportunity assessment and branding counsel to leading companies, which she founded and led for over two decades. She began her career at McKinsey & Co.

Laura holds a BA from Yale and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where she was a George F. Baker Scholar. She is the author of Small Business, Big Savings (HarperCollins). She serves on the boards of the Mt. Sinai Cemetery Association of Pennsylvania, and the Yale Broadcasting Company. 

About doForms
doForms, Inc., is a leader in mobile forms and workflow software. doForms enables companies to easily capture information in the field on smartphones and other mobile devices, send it via the cloud back to the office -- and seamlessly integrate that data into existing operating systems. Because it reduces paper flow and the need for expensive manual data entry, doForms saves money and time, while improving responsiveness and customer experience. Thousands of users in companies of all sizes use doForms to streamline field data collection and increase real-time operational control. www.doforms.com

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