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David Bennett, Susan LeBeau

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David Bennett is InforSense’s new executive vice president for worldwide sales who will, according to a company statement, lead a team to increase the company’s global presence and customer focus.
 
Bennett brings to InforSense more than 20 years of industry experience, with a diverse international career that includes roles at both start-up and mature software businesses. Prior to joining InforSense, Bennett directed SeeBeyond's Europe, Middle East, and Africa business for six years. Previously he spent six years with Documentum where he held a number of European and worldwide sales and general management positions.
 

 
Susan LeBeau has been named director of North American sales at Linguamatics, which said it is experiencing increasing demand for its text-mining platform in this region. The firm has also just incorporated in Delaware.
 
LeBeau has a background in computer science with experience in the pharmaceutical, biotech and chemical industries, most recently as director of major accounts at CambridgeSoft. Prior to that, she spent eight years at Accelrys managing its life sciences scientific services organization.

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