ALEN, Inc. Names Callaway Director of Sales & Marketing

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ALEN, Inc. Names Callaway Director of Sales & Marketing

Mobile, AL— October 1, 2018 — ALEN, Inc. has named Judy Callaway Director of Sales and Marketing. In this a new role, Callaway will lead the company’s efforts in sales and marketing strategies, planning and execution.

Callaway joins ALEN, Inc with more than 25 years of sales and marketing experience in the technology industry. Regarding her selection to this post, Ms. Callaway said, “It is an honor to be selected to lead the charge of telling the remarkable story of the innovative and technically superb solutions that are available to support private and public law enforcement. ALEN is working every day to improve the lives and safety of these officers and it is a privilege to be part of the ALEN team.”

About ALEN, Inc.

ALEN, Inc. is a cloud solution provider for U.S. government agencies and private organizations. Partnering with Microsoft as an Azure Government MSP and Nlets as a Strategic & Hosting partner, ALEN provides CJIS compliant solutions such as Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management (RMS), Secure Instant Messaging, and eCitation.

For more information visit us at www.alen-usa.com or email sales@alen-usa.com.

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