More NewsNeoVision Hypersystems Names Jim Mancuso Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

NeoVision Hypersystems Names Jim Mancuso Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Mr. Mancuso 38, is currently responsible for directing all sales and marketing initiatives, while providing tactical and strategic sales support and coaching for a team of sales professionals. Before joining NeoVision, Mr. Mancuso held various executive positions at Clarify, Inc., a San-Jose, CA-based company specializing in software solutions for customer life cycle management across front-office operations, including call centers, sales and marketing, customer service, quality assurance, field service and logistics, and help desks. He was responsible for managing global account programs which focused on Lucent Technologies and Automatic Data Processing, New York area sales and operations, and selling a diverse client base directly to end-users.

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