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TMCNet:  Montclair Advisors Announces David Villarina as New Chief Marketing Officer

[January 08, 2013]

Montclair Advisors Announces David Villarina as New Chief Marketing Officer

Oakland, CA, Jan 08, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- January 8, 2013 - Montclair Advisors, a leading provider of strategic Software-as-a-Service solutions, today announced the appointment of David Villarina as Chief Marketing Officer, effective immediately. Mr. Villarina brings over 15 years of technology and marketing experience, most recently overseeing SMART Technologies' global brands.

Villarina has held several key positions in the technology industry, including senior marketing roles with touch screen developer NextWindow and Ingres. His most recent marketing management role was with SMART Technologies, the leading provider of collaboration solutions, whose flagship product includes the SMART Board interactive whiteboard, found in millions of classrooms throughout the world today.

"Montclair Advisors is highly respected by the software industry and investment community," said Villarina. "I am excited to join a company with such an impeccable reputation and am looking forward to advancing our efforts in providing critical SaaS guidance to our clients, communities and all professionals in the Software industry." "I am delighted that someone with David's talent, experience and marketing leadership has decided to join our team," said Kevin Dobbs, Montclair Advisors', Managing Partner. "With the growing need for SaaS expertise increasing, Montclair is quickly evolving into the singular global authority for SaaS content, services and community. Today's announcement demonstrates our desire to accelerate our growth and strengthen our position as the leader on the topic of SaaS." About Montclair Advisors Montclair Advisors provides personalized Software-as-a-Service advisory services designed to help SaaS-based and non-SaaS-based software companies optimize their business models, improve revenues, control costs and deliver world-class software. Montclair develops the leading report on the top 250 SaaS companies globally and provides strategic analysis trusted by industry leaders. Located in Oakland, California, the Montclair team offers critical insights and SaaS-related solutions addressing products, revenues and strategy. The results allow software companies to improve competitiveness, revenue performance and profitability. Visit montclairadvisors.com for more information.

### Media contact: David Villarina, CMO david.villarina (at) montclairadvisors (dot) com © 2013 Montclair Advisors, LLC. Montclair Advisors and the Montclair Advisors logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Montclair Advisors, LLC. All third-party product and company names are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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