Quark's John Friske Promoted to President & COO

By siliconindia   |   Wednesday, 30 January 2019, 05:58 Hrs
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Quark's John Friske Promoted to President & COO

Quark Software, one of the leading companies in sales enablement, content automation, and desktop publishing has promoted John Friske as its President and COO from Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Services. He will be in charge for the continued delivery of world-class products, service and carry Quark’s global network of customers.

Commenting on his new role, John Friske, avers, “We know that Quark’s success depends on the success of our clients. With that in mind, our global sales and services teams are committed to supporting customers across three lines of business to ensure the successful rollout and use of our solutions. I look forward to my continued engagement with our customers who are leaders in their own industries and have helped make Quark the company we are today”.

At Quark, Friske played a crucial role in sales and customer engagement as well as product direction and development. He joined Quark as part of its acquisition with In.vision Research Corporation in 2008. In.vision instigated XML authoring solutions for non-technical authors, and the company’s flagship product is the foundation of Quark XML author for Microsoft Word.

Chris Hickey, CEO, Quark Software, comments, “John Friske built and sold his own software companies and in his time at Quark has developed an excellent sales and services organization – all of which can’t be done without a focus on customer success. Together we will lead Quark and our customers to continued growth and innovation”.

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