Newspaper systems developer Digital Technology has named Dan Paulus as its new president.
The Americas sales vice president takes on an expanded role reporting to founder and chief executive officer Don Oldham.
"Having worked closely with him for more than five years, I am confident he is the ideal leader at this time of tremendous opportunity in both the news media and healthcare IT markets," Oldham says.
"Dan has spearheaded our sales growth during the most challenging market conditions I’ve ever seen, while solidifying our position as the clear leader in cloud publishing.
“With him taking on a larger role, I have no doubt that we will accelerate our success."
Paulus joined DTI in 2007 when the company acquired Publishing Business Systems, where he had been sales vice president. He had previously worked for FirstLogic – later acquired by Business Objects and SAP – most recently as vice president of software business development.
A native of Wisconsin, he earned his bachelor of science degree at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.