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InforSense® Appoints David Hadfield as Chief Operating Officer

Published: Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 03, 2006
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Former Spotfire executive strengthens InforSense management team.

InforSense Ltd. has announced that David Hadfield, former Spotfire Senior Vice President and General Manager, has joined the Company as Chief Operating Officer.

David will be responsible for the global operations of the Company and will also join InforSense’s Board of Directors.

"David brings demonstrated success in building quality, global organizations," said Prof. Yike Guo, InforSense’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer.

"His sales and marketing experience coupled with excellent general management skills will contribute tremendously as we continue our high rate of growth and new customer acquisition."

"We are extremely pleased that David has joined our management team and we look forward to his many contributions at InforSense."

"This is an exciting time to be a part of InforSense. I was attracted to Inforsense because the company offers a unique approach to deploying real-time analytic applications across the enterprise," said David Hadfield.

"Speaking with customers in a number of industries, they are clearly passionate about the impact that deploying InforSense has on their business."

"We welcome David to our Board of Directors and recognize the depth of commercial and strategic management experience he brings," said Frank Jones, Chairman of InforSense’s Board of Directors.

"His expertise will be invaluable to InforSense as the company continues to meet its goals across a broad set of markets."

In addition to Spotfire, Hadfield has held senior executive roles in a number of technology companies; including Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Molecular Devices Inc.; Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Oxford GlycoSciences and a number of management positions at Applied Biosystems

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