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DataServ Makes Key Additions to IT & Sales Staff


DataServ recently adds new java developer to development team and account executive to sales team.

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) October 30, 2012

DataServ, the global SaaS provider of document and process automation solutions, is enhancing client service with the addition of two experienced professionals to the IT and Sales teams.

Benjamin Rhew has been named a java developer for DataServ, working with the development team on new software offerings for clients. Previously, Rhew was a computer information technologist for the State of Missouri and the U.S. Geological Survey Mid-Continent Mapping Center in Rolla, Mo. He is a graduate of the Missouri University of Science and Technology.

Dena Shelley has been added as an account executive on DataServ's sales team. Shelley has 20 years of sales experience with companies on both coasts as well as Illinois, Kentucky, and Missouri. She has particular expertise with SaaS, Process and Workflow Automation, and Enterprise Applications. Shelley is a graduate of Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State University) in Springfield, Mo.

About DataServ

St. Louis-based DataServ is a global SaaS provider of document and process workflow automation solutions for the financial operations and human resources functions. A Cloud Computing pioneer, they developed the first commercially viable Enterprise Content Management (ECM) SaaS in the world. Serving organizations worldwide since 1994, DataServ streamlines and lowers costs within Accounts Payable via their Purchase-to-Pay (P2P) solution set (including Travel & Expense Report Automation (T&E) and Purchase Order Requisition Automation), Accounts Receivable with Quote-to-Cash (Q2C), and Human Resources through Hire-to-Retire (H2R) by capturing documents and data and automating business processes.

For more information about a DataServ P2P, Q2C or H2R SaaS solution, visit or call 877.700.DATA (3282).

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