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Capsilon Appoints New Chief Marketing Officer

Capsilon, a provider of cloud-based document management solutions for mortgage lenders and investors, announced that Greg Marek has joined its executive team as chief marketing officer. Marek will oversee all aspects of the company’s marketing efforts and grow Capsilon’s marketing team.

"As Capsilon enters its next phase of growth, Greg's track record of successful marketing leadership with high-growth category leaders will be a tremendous asset to Capsilon," said Sanjeev Malaney, CEO at Capsilon. "Greg has taken several disruptive enterprise software products to market and built new categories, and we are excited to have him take the lead in telling the Capsilon story as our growth accelerates."

A technology industry veteran, Marek brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing leadership roles with a number of leading software companies, including Confirmit, Citrix, Intuit, and Oracle.

"Technology is fundamentally changing the dynamics of the U.S. housing economy, and Capsilon is the innovation leader in technology solutions for the mortgage industry," Marek said. "I'm thrilled to be joining a company that improves the way mortgage lenders do business and gives them a competitive advantage."

Marek holds a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree, with distinction, from Stanford University.

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