PRESS RELEASE: “Fredric D. Rosen Joins Exari Board of Directors”
Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 4, 2011 – Exari, the global leader in interactive document assembly, announced today the appointment of Fredric D. Rosen to its Board of Directors. Rosen, former CEO of Ticketmaster from 1982 to 1998 changed the business model for ticketing and grew Ticketmaster into a $2.5 billion dollar company.
“Fred is a strong CEO and marketer and we look forward to benefiting from his insights and experience,” said Ed Mullen, Exari Chairman. “He brings a combination of business savvy, innovative marketing techniques and a dedication to superior service which makes him a welcome addition to Exari’s Board of Directors.”
“Exari is at an exciting phase of its growth,” said Rosen. “The company is a leader in document process improvement and their clients see a tremendous impact on their operations by integrating Exari into their business processes. I am pleased to join this dynamic team and look forward to working closely with Ed and the board.”
Rosen is currently Co-CEO and Co-President of Outbox Technology’s Outbox Enterprises. Outbox Enterprises LLC operates out of Los Angeles where Rosen is concentrating on developing “new ideas and approaches to keep up with the dramatic changes in the ticketing industry.” Outbox uses a type of ticketing system in which tickets are sold from each individual venue rather than a centralized hub.
Exari is a global leader in document assembly for large law firms, corporations and investment banks. Exari’s intuitive web-browser interface empowers business people to create their own contracts using templates created by their legal counsel. This approach accelerates the contracts process and reduces the burden on busy legal departments. The Exari system significantly reduces costs, cycle time and risk, and is used worldwide by legal, insurance, investment banking, sales and government professionals. Customers are supported from Exari offices in Boston, London, Munich and Melbourne. Try a demo of our free Non-Disclosure Agreement.