More NewsEngage Names I/PRO President

Engage Names I/PRO President

Engage Technologies Inc. namedDeborah McWhinney as president of its recently acquired Internet Profiles Corp.(I/PRO), a provider of Web traffic measurement, auditing and research.

Engage Technologies Inc. named Deborah McWhinney as president of its recently acquired Internet Profiles Corp. (I/PRO), a provider of Web traffic measurement, auditing and research.

McWhinney will report directly to Paul Schaut, CEO and president of Engage, a provider of profile driven Internet marketing solutions and itself a subsidiary of Internet holding company CMGI Inc.

McWhinney comes to I/PRO from Visa International, where she was executive vice president of business planning and strategy responsible for re-engineering the business planning process for future Visa products and services, as well as working on emerging technologies issues for Visa member financial institutions. She has also worked with Bank of America where she served as head of its consumer electronic banking division.

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