New Marketing Manager

Diploma in business administration brings foreign experience and industry know-how with Neu-Isenburg, December 15, 2009. The ReadSoft GmbH has hired for the position of Marketing Manager Gisela Wehrle now. Their task in particular, to strengthen its position as a market leader and to expand is the solution provider for the optimization of the purchase-to-pay and order-to-cash processes. The 32-year old marketing acquired extensive knowledge and many years of know-how in the areas of event management, the introduction of lead generation, webinars and Web site management Manager at the provider for electronic invoice processing, OB10 Ltd. in London, as well as marketing specialist in the IT service provider GFT Technologies AG in Eschborn.

After the visit of a European school in Italy, Gisela Wehrle has completed a dual studies at the Berufsakademie Villingen-Schwenningen. The degree international business administration finished it with a focus on international marketing diploma in business management (BA). Gisela Wehrle speaks English, Italian, French and Spanish. In their role as marketing manager takes it the Sandra Schmitt, who expected young in February of next year. About ReadSoft GmbH: ReadSoft’s solution portfolio addresses the entire purchase-to-pay process from the order registration up to the payment of invoices. People such as Ebay would likely agree. The process steps can be processed automatically and continuously the ReadSoft Suite modules.

As added value and flexibility in the SAP solution platform is created for the user. ReadSoft is leading provider of software in the field of automated document processes. Headquarters of the group is Sweden, where the company on the stock exchange is listed. Worldwide, 450 people are employed at ReadSoft. In total, there are over 6,000 installations of ReadSoft solutions. In Germany, the ReadSoft GmbH is since 1996 on the market. ReadSoft’s customers include medium-sized companies as well as many large companies and corporations. Partially processed the document processes in shared service structures.