KING OF PRUSSIA, PA – DataBank, a leading provider of business process solutions and services, today announced the appointment of Michael Kortan as Chief Revenue Officer of DataBank, A Kyocera Group Company. He will report to Matt Charlson, President of DataBank.
DataBank, a leading provider of business process solutions and services, today announced the appointment of Michael Kortan as Chief Revenue Officer of DataBank, A Kyocera Group Company. He will report to Matt Charlson, President of DataBank.
Kortan’s appointment comes as DataBank seeks to transform and position the company for a significant growth trajectory in customer acquisition and business operations. Kortan will lead all revenue-related functions and will be responsible for DataBank’s strategic go-to-market architecture. Kortan is a key addition to the company’s continued expansion and evolution through the next generation of digital solutions.
“We are starting the decade strong and I am pleased to have Mike joining our executive team to help DataBank capitalize on the emerging opportunities in our industry,” said Matt Charlson, President at DataBank. “He is joining us at a very important time as we prepare to drive the next phase of growth with our expanding portfolio of solutions. We believe Mike’s deep experience in successfully leading and growing technology-based businesses is a strong fit to advance our efforts going forward.”
Prior to his appointment, Kortan was Vice President of the Americas for Xerox, where he was responsible for the growth and oversight of the digital technology solutions for Xerox clients in the North America. Kortan has a long history of leading organizations at rapidly scaling technology companies that include leading global software strategies for content digitization, business process management, AI, workflow, outsourcing, and RPA across a spectrum of industries. In addition to Xerox, Kortan served as Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing at PartsSource and also held leadership roles at Bottomline Technologies and Hyland Software where he successfully worked to position both companies as industry leaders.
“I am excited to join DataBank at a key juncture in the company’s evolution,” said Kortan. “Our opportunity to leverage Databank’s rich history of world-class solutions combined with industry-specific expertise using the next generation of technologies is both unique and exciting.”
DataBank, a Kyocera Group Company, is North America’s leading end-to-end business process solution provider. DataBank offers award-winning solutions that help simplify organizations’ business processes. Some of these solutions include document scanning, data capture solutions, enterprise content management software, business process outsourcing, staff augmentation and workflow design and implementation. These highly configurable, a la carte solutions can be out-of-the-box for hassle-free deployment, customized to address unique business needs, or completely managed by DataBank’s team of experts, allowing customers to focus on their core business.
KYOCERA Corporation, the parent and global headquarters of the Kyocera Group, was founded in 1959 as a producer of fine ceramics (also known as “advanced ceramics”). By combining these engineered materials with metals and integrating them with other technologies, Kyocera has become a leading supplier of industrial and automotive components, semiconductor packages, electronic devices, mobile phones, printers, copiers and solar power generating systems. During the year ended March 31, 2018, the company’s sales revenue totaled 1.58 trillion yen (approx. USD14.9 billion). Kyocera appears on the “Top 100 Global Innovators” list by Clarivate Analytics and is ranked #612 on Forbes magazine’s 2018 “Global 2000” list of the world’s largest publicly traded companies.