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Wysenski Joins NetGenics As Senior VP, Operations


CLEVELAND--NetGenics has appointed Nancy Wysenski, formerly of Astra Merck in Wayne, Pa., to the position of senior vice-president, operations. Wysenski will review NetGenics's current operations and integrate its sales, marketing, and client services areas to provide a seamless interface, the company announced.

At Astra Merck, Wysenski directed the field sales organization, served on the company's operating team, and presided over enterprisewide communication and training functions. Manuel Glynias, president of NetGenics, said, "Wysenski's experience with shaping a startup into a mature, customer-responsive organization will be invaluable in guiding NetGenics' next phase of growth."

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