PerTrac Boosts Sales Team

Dec 18 2006 | 2:37pm ET

Dan Jacobs and Tim Knox have joined New York-based PerTrac Financial Solutions, creators of the PerTrac Suite of Investment Solutions, a front-and-middle office platform for investment analytics and workflow management, in senior sales positions.

Jacobs has been named sales manager, North American major accounts, and Knox has been named manager of the company’s newly created pre-sales technical support group, both based in PerTrac’s New York headquarters. They join Mark Weller and Tate Haymond on the senior sales leadership team, led by Daniel Simpson, managing director and global head of sales.

Prior to joining PerTrac, Jacobs served as the former president of Systar Technologies, a professional services consultancy. Knox’s prior experience includes more than 15 years with Thomson Financial, most recently managing regional operations in Japan, and global product management for Omgeo. Prior to Omgeo, Knox was responsible for Thomson Financial's investment software operations in the Asia Pacific region. 

PerTrac Financial Solutions was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in New York with offices in London, Hong Kong, Reno, Memphis and Tokyo.


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