D.G. Brookes Incorporated has named Bill Caefer chief programmer for the company. Mr. Caefer will oversee all activities of the the Los Angeles firm, and will be responsible for creating custom programs for Brookes' clients and the development of new procedures and products.
Before taking his new position, Mr. Caefer was the chief programmer at Dataflight Software, Inc., and was the creator of Concordance Information Retrieval Software.
Richard A. Quinn of Eastman Kodak Company's Office Imaging Division has been honored as the 1995 Xplorer of the Year. Xplor International's most prestigious award was [resented by the group's president, Ray Simonson, at the association's 16th Global Electronic Document Systems Conference & Exhibit in Minneapolis.
In presenting the award, Mr. Simonson said the Xplorer of the Year Award "recognizes an individual member for outstanding achievement over the last year--including service on behalf of Xplor International, as well as contributions to the electronic document systems industry as a whole. This year's honoree is richly qualified on all of these counts."
As worldwide Market Planning Manager, Office Imaging at Kodak, Mr. Quinn is responsible for managing Kodak's document imaging portfolio strategy.
Erik J. Heels has been appointed director of Internet Product Development for American Lawyer Media of New York City. In his new position, Mr. Heels will oversee product development on all American Lawyer Media-related Internet projects. he comes to the company from Lawyers Cooperative Publishing in Cambridge, Mass., where he served as an Internet Systems Architect. Mr. Heels is the author of The Legal List, Internet Desk Reference, Law-Related Resources on the Internet and Elsewhere.
IT/IS, Inc., a Houston litigation support service bureau, has promoted Robert I. Artisst II from director of production services to vice president of client services. In his new role, Mr. Artisst will manage all marketing and client relations activities.
Josef N. Henderson has been appointed president of Delaware Document Imaging of Wilmington, Del. Mr. Henderson has more than 10 years of experience providing solutions and services for a variety of scanning, workflow and retrieval applications. He has offered educational seminars, consultation and production support services nationwide for his clients and is an active member of AIIM.
Ameritech Library Services of Provo, Utah, announced two new arrivals who will serve as vice presidents:
Lee Cheatham has joined the company as vice president of product development. Mr. Cheatham will oversee the development of Horizon, Dynix, and NOTIS library automation systems, including the development of all information access products and services. He also will be responsible for establishing an integrated product development strategy.
Steve Peacock is Ameritech's new vice president of customer service and operations. Mr. Peacock will be responsible for establishing an integrated service and operations strategy for each of the present customer service centers.
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