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New Brunswick-based Connotate, a provider of Web data harvesting platforms and services, announced Thursday that it has appointed Richard J. Kennelly as its chief executive officer.

Kennelly has more than 20 years of experience in growing businesses that deliver and leverage data through the Internet.

Prior to Connotate, he was president of Ipswitch’s File Transfer Division. Before that, he held senior leadership positions with Akamai Technologies.

"This is the perfect time to join Connotate," Kennelly said. "The Web is the largest data source ever created. The biggest brands are moving quickly to leverage that data to drive competitive advantage and create new revenue streams. Connotate's patented technology, scalability and deep technical expertise make us the natural choice for these forward-thinking companies.”

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