DEARBORN, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ChannelNet a leader in digital customer acquisition, retention and conquest marketing, appointed Rex Timbs as its new vice president of technical operations and product development. The newly created position is in response to ChannelNet’s record growth and will enable the organization to better support the shifting demands of consumers and the pace of technology changes. Timbs will be responsible for overseeing all software development, network operations and quality assurance.
“The addition of Rex to our team, along with other recent additions to ChannelNet’s executive team, represents a strengthening of our leadership,” said Paula Tompkins, CEO and Founder of ChannelNet. “ChannelNet is experiencing record growth and it is important that we manage our expansion in a way that protects our quality and keeps our technology on the forefront of innovation.”
“ChannelNet’s digital marketing prowess is impressive. My goal is to build on their industry leadership and continually improve and advance our customer solutions,” said Timbs.
Timbs has over twenty years of information technology product management, technical operations, information security and business management. Most recently, Timbs was a technical director at ForeSee, in charge of product development and operations. Prior to his role at ForeSee, Rex was on the Johnson & Johnson’s application services team responsible for the development of a number of eCommerce and brand marketing sites.
The marathon runner and amateur photographer is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and former Marine. He resides in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
ChannelNet is a leader and a pioneer in delivering digital customer acquisition, retention and conquest services that integrate a multi-channel sales environment. The company specializes in digital marketing and sales solutions for corporations with retail outlets. Using software-as-a-service (SAAS), its experts connect leading automotive, financial services, home improvement and retail companies with their customers to sell products and services through local channels, including personalized microsites. The privately-held company, founded more than 25 years ago, is based in Dearborn, Michigan. It has a Western U.S. office in Sausalito, California. For more information, visit www.channelnet.com.