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Asset Control Appoints John Mitchell for US Sales

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Asset Control has appointed John Mitchell as North American sales director based in New York. Mitchell will be responsible for generating new business and expanding Asset Control’s regional presence. Previously, Mitchell was vice president of sales at Fortent, provider of risk and compliance solutions, and before that he was vice president of global sales and marketing at Bradmark Technologies, a database management software company.

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