Marketing software firm DataXu has appointed Ed Montes as its chief revenue officer. Montes is a co-founder and former chief executive officer of ad tech firm Digilant. Prior to founding Digilant,Montes was managing director of Havas Digital, North America and a director for Yahoo. "The arbitrage game is over. It is important to understand the value proposition in the digital advertisingindustry is software, and I am excited to join a winning company with a team that understands that," said Ed Montes, in a statement.
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MAY 07, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - MONTES REYES INC.
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