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Sterling Commerce Appoints Client Relationship Manager for Sterling Collaboration Network

  • 04 August, 2008 09:18

<p>Melbourne, 4 August 2008</p>
<p>Sterling Commerce, an AT&amp;T Inc. (NYSE:T) company, today announced the appointment of Marcail Arbuthnot as Client Relationship Manager based in Melbourne.</p>
<p>Arbuthnot will be responsible for managing both existing and new client business for the Sterling Collaboration Network, an on demand business-to-business (B2B) network which makes it easier for companies to securely integrate trading processes and enhance B2B process automation and orchestration among their trading communities.</p>
<p>Arbuthnot has five years’ experience in customer relationship management and possesses a proven track record in sales gained from having previously worked in the retail sector.</p>
<p>“We are excited to have Marcail’s experience and skills on board in order to help us drive and sustain the business opportunities provided to Australian and multi-national firms as a result of their participation in the Sterling Collaboration Network. Marcail will work alongside our technical staff as well as our migration services and support team in order to successfully manage clients’ customer process improvements in real-time,” said Michael Vulcan, managing director, Australia/New Zealand, Sterling Commerce.</p>
<p>The Sterling Collaboration Network eliminates all paper-based transactions and uses Sterling Commerce B2B integration expertise and its global supply chain community to maximise the number of supply chain partners with whom retailers, manufacturers, distributors, and logistics firms conduct business.</p>
<p>About Sterling Commerce</p>
<p>Sterling Commerce, an AT&amp;T Inc. (NYSE:T) company, helps customers thrive in a global economy by connecting their business communities, processes, people, and technology. More than 30,000 customers worldwide – including 82 percent of the Fortune 500 – use Sterling Commerce solutions for business process integration, multi-channel selling, and supply chain fulfillment to improve profitability inside and outside their company walls. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Sterling Commerce has offices in 19 countries and regional offices in Sydney and Melbourne. More information can be found at: www.sterlingcommerce.com.au.</p>

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