Top Image Systems Merges American Branches
Appoints U.S.-Based Executive to Lead TIS Americas’ Cloud and Mobility Strategy
Top Image Systems, Ltd. announces that Avi Mileguir has been named Executive Vice President and General Manager Americas for the newly combined branches of TIS Latin America and TIS America, forming TIS Americas. This change demonstrates the continued execution of the company’s 2014 strategic goals to focus on US growth and pool resources through the merge of geographical regions.
Mileguir will replace Omri Gelb who served Top Image Systems in various positions over 13 years. The company’s focus on developing mobile and cloud business in the U.S. aligns with Mileguir’s long-term track record of driving multimillion dollar sales for Click Software, a cloud-based enterprise automation solution. Mileguir’s background as an entrepreneurial sales and marketing executive with experience in increasing business in highly competitive markets, securing customer loyalty, and forging strong relationships with business partners will help TIS to expand its presence in the Americas.
“We believe Avi’s leadership skills and successful sales experience in cloud-based offerings will enable us to reach our revenue goals and align resources between our previous separate American branches,” said Michael Schrader, TIS Chief Operating Officer. “Throughout 2014, the company will continue to execute on our strategic organizational changes to win new business with our mobile imaging platform and cloud-based offering throughout the Americas and the world.”
TIS is on plan to develop TIS Americas into one of its three main markets along with EMEA and Asia-Pacific. The company is also relocating its Vice President Global Engineering, a 14-year veteran of the company, to the US to lead all professional services for the Americas. To further support the company’s cloud and mobility focus, a director of business development for banking and mobile solutions has also been added to the US team. The company plans to continue to increase the staff within the first quarter to execute on its 2014 strategic plans.