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NoteVault hires new VP of marketing

San Diego-based NoteVault, a provider of voice-to-text-based mobile reporting solutions for the commercial construction industry, has hired Rebecca Ehlinger-Janzon as its vice president of marketing.

Ehlinger-Janzon will manage NoteVault’s marketing activities worldwide, including corporate marketing, partner/channel marketing, product marketing and product management.

“Rebecca possesses extensive experience in leading global companies and understands how to plan and execute campaigns that result in increased revenues,” said Peter Lasensky, CEO of NoteVault. “Her experience in the engineering, construction and wireless industry is a huge advantage and she’ll play an instrumental role in helping us achieve our aggressive growth plans.”

Ehlinger-Janzon comes to NoteVault from SKF, a global supplier of bearings, seals, lubrication systems and services, where she was the global director of press and media relations.

Prior to this, she served as the marketing and public relations manager for Ascom, a provider of on-site wireless communications. In addition, she has worked for the Swedish industrial engineering firm Atlas Copco, where she managed communications and product launches into the construction and mining segments.

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