Insite Software Announces Several Promotions

MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Insite Software, a leading B2B commerce platform, announced four team members have been named to senior leadership roles within the organization. The announcements include naming Karie Daudt, Vice President of Marketing; Thomas Frishberg, Vice President of Engineering; Jeffrey Natzke, Vice President of Product and Jeremy Rosengren, Senior Director, Cloud Operations. The promotions reflect increased responsibilities due to Insite’s rapidly growing customer base, and recognize the significant contributions of these four individuals to the company’s success over the last 18 months.

“Our organization has experienced a period of rapid growth in terms of both our market penetration and the overall capabilities of our solution,” said Steve Shaffer, CEO of Insite Software. “Karie, Tom, Jeff and Jeremy have all stepped up to the plate and hit home runs in their respective areas. These promotions reflect their initiative and contributions to drive the success of our company. They also provide clear direction for our organization in terms of our focus in our Software-as-a-Service vision.”

Karie Daudt has been promoted to Vice President, Marketing. In this role she will continue to drive the overall marketing direction for Insite Software, as well as provide strategic leadership for marketing, customer experience and industry initiatives. Karie has more than 20 years of experience working in customer sales, management and product marketing for companies in the industrial, manufacturing and technology industries.   

Tom Frishberg has been promoted to Vice President, Engineering. As a member of the senior leadership team Tom will lead the development team and help shape Insite’s product strategy, working closely with architects, product managers and applications personnel. Tom’s background includes more than 25 years managing and leading software development and solutions efforts.

Jeff Natzke has been promoted to Vice…

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