Oildex, Transzap expand executive team, appoint new marketing leadership

2/28/2013

Oildex, Transzap expand executive team, appoint new marketing leadership

DENVER and HOUSTON  -- Transzap, the parent company of Oildex, announced the appointment of Mr. Michael Corbett as Vice President of Marketing. Michael’s appointment supports Oildex’s strategic growth initiative executed by the company's Board of Directors and President/CEO, Mr. Richard Slack.

"The appointment of Michael to Vice President of Marketing will augment Transzap’s strong executive team and will help to best articulate the unique value of Oildex’s solutions,” said Richard Slack, Transzap President and CEO. "With his extensive experience and vast knowledge of the SaaS market, Michael will be instrumental in strengthening our brand across key market segments and help better position the company to achieve our ambitious growth goals."

Mr. Corbett brings over 24 years of extensive SaaS-based experience to Oildex, having previously served in a number of senior marketing and strategic development management roles at leading technology companies, including IHS, Quark and Micromedia.  Most recently, Michael served as the Vice President of Marketing Operations for OnTargetJobs where he was responsible for establishing and executing the company’s marketing strategy, which increased brand engagement by 48%, resulting in record-breaking annual revenue growth for the company of over 21%.

"It is a privilege to join the Oildex team and I am excited to come on board to help drive the company’s continued growth," said Michael Corbett.  "I look forward to shaping the company's brand and marketing strategies to reinforce and augment the reputation Oildex has already built as the leading provider of smart information management solutions to the oil and gas industry."

Mr. Corbett will report to Richard Slack, and will lead Oildex’s Marketing team where he will be responsible for the company’s go-to-market strategy, including its strategic marketing, product marketing and marketing communications initiatives.

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