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Marketing SVP joins Kalibrate Tech's executive team

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    Florham Park-based Kalibrate Technologies, a global provider of software solutions and services to the fuel retail industry, announced Thursday that Douglas Henderson is its new senior vice president of marketing.

    Henderson has nearly 20 years of experience in strategic marketing solutions for software and technology companies that are primarily part of the fuel and retail industry.  He also has extensive experience driving revenue, expanding gross margin and leading companies to achieve high-growth targets.

    In his new role, he will lead the development and execution of the company’s global marketing strategies by building brand awareness, creating programs, sharpening marketing strategies and more.

    “We’re delighted to welcome Douglas to the Kalibrate team as we strengthen our sales and marketing efforts,” Bob Stein, president and CEO of Kalibrate, said in a prepared statement. “With a deep understanding of the fuel and convenience retail industry, Douglas has a proven record of success in defining and executing marketing strategies on a worldwide basis. Douglas is a talented executive who brings energy, expertise and the unique perspective that our demanding industry requires. I look forward to working with Douglas to define and execute our strategic marketing initiatives and innovation investments that will support the next phase of our growth.”

    Prior to Kalibrate, Henderson was at NCR Corporation as vice president of sales for the North America petroleum and convenience retail division.  Before NCR, he held leadership roles at Radiant Systems Inc., including vice president of sales and marketing, and director of global marketing and product management.

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