More NewsEngage Names Chief Operating Officer

Engage Names Chief Operating Officer

Andover, MA-based Engage Technologies ,a providerof online precision marketing technology, promoted David Fish from vicepresident of marketing to chief operating officer.

Andover, MA-based Engage Technologies, a provider of online precision marketing technology, promoted David Fish from vice president of marketing to chief operating officer.

As COO, Fish will be responsible for executive management and day-to-day operational responsibilities. Fish has more than 15 years of general management and marketing experience with emphasis in large-scale marketing databases, direct marketing, electronic publishing, and online content.

Prior to Engage, Fish served as president with several Internet ventures and was responsible for electronic publishing at the One Source division of Lotus Development Corp. Additionally, he was responsible for database marketing technology and operations as vice president of Epsilon, a $100 million direct marketing firm affiliated with American Express.

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