Data Licensing Veterans Join Redi-Data, Inc.
FAIRFIELD, NJ (October 29, 2015) – Redi-Data, Inc. a leading provider of healthcare professional, consumer and business postal and email lists, announced today the latest additions to the flourishing Redi-Data sales team, newly appointed Sales Executives and industry veterans, Michael Ciccarella and Freddie Cinquina, Jr.
Michael brings over a decade’s worth of proven record of business development and project management in the healthcare professional (HCP) postal and email data space. Prior to joining Redi-Data, Michael served as an Account Executive at IMS Health and Veeva Open Data.
With nearly 20 years of data and digital print expertise, Freddie formerly served as Senior Director at SK&A Information Services, and most recently headed up Connect Print & Promotions, LLC as VP of Sales and Marketing. Invaluable assets to the team, both Michael and Freddie will report to Redi-Data’s Director of Business Development, Alan Pentaleri.
“We are pleased to welcome both Michael and Freddie to the Redi companies. Both have proven track records and are excellent additions to our sales teams,” commented Pentaleri. “We are rapidly growing the business and email data we offer. As the only AMA DBL with in-house digital print and mail plus the highest quality and number of HCP emails, we believe both Michael and Freddie will quickly contribute to our robust growth.”
About Redi-Data, Inc.
Redi-Data, Inc. is a leading provider of healthcare professional, consumer and business postal and email lists. As an official database licensee of several leading professional associations, including the American Medical Association (AMA), Redi-Data provides physician information from the most trusted names in medical marketing. Clients across varying industries use Redi-Data’s high-quality lists, data services and turn-key marketing solutions to reach their target audience accurately and affordably. Headquartered in Fairfield, NJ, Redi-Data has sales offices in Marlton, NJ and Sunrise Fl.
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