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Cunningham promoted to director of global marketing

Friday, January 11, 2013

Matica System, a company that designs, manufactures and distributes card personalization and mailing systems and ID card printers, promoted Shane Cunningham to the group’s new director of Global Marketing.

Cunningham previously served as the marketing communications manager for the U.S. office of Digital Identification Solutions for nine-years, overseeing all North American tradeshows, forums, advertising, webinars and related marketing materials. In this new role, he will continue managing these aspects on a wider stage, to increase Matica and EDIsecure brand recognition globally through events, print publications, digital media and more. [end] 

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