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Longtime IBM Executive Joins ImageSoft to Lead Professional Services Team: ImageSoft Inc., a Southfield-based technology company, has appointed enterprise content management industry veteran Neil Schulz as director of professional services. Schulz joins ImageSoft from IBM, also in Southfield, where he worked for 25 years, 20 of them directly involved in the design, sale and implementation of ECM solutions. Most recently, Schulz served as ECM practice executive for IBM North America overseeing its 130-member sales and delivery team serving clients from multiple industries, with a focus on banking, insurance and government. His team worked to improve and optimize the process surrounding the capture, management, access, preservation and e-discovery of unstructured content. At ImageSoft, Schulz will guide the company’s professional services team toward its goal of consistently delivering innovative document management solutions that reduced costs, yield significant efficiencies and delight customers. ImageSoft Inc., provides document and process management solutions to automate, streamline and improve workplace processes. Since 1996, ImageSoft’s technology and workflow solutions have increased productivity, reduced operating costs and saved time and money for government, the courts, healthcare, insurance, education and manufacturing. Learn more at www.imagesoftinc.com.
TI Automotive Powertrain Systems Group Names Julian Dench Global Managing Director: TI Automotive, a leading global supplier of fluid storage, carrying and delivery technology, has named Julian Dench to the position of global managing director, powertrain systems. He will be based at TI Automotive global headquarters in Auburn Hills. Dench, 50, joins TI Automotive with more than 30 years of automotive industry sales and engineering experience. Most recently, he was vice president and global account director for TRW Automotive. He also held positions with Siemens VDO – which was eventually acquired by Continental – and Ford Motor Co. He earned a diploma in mechanical and production engineering from the University of East London and an MBA from the Open University, both in the United Kingdom. He is a resident of Birmingham. TI Automotive’s Powertrain Systems product group develops and produces gasoline direct-injection and diesel fuel lines and rails, along with key fluid carrying lines for turbocharger coolant systems. More at www.tiauto.com.