Shallotte, NC -- May 28, 2015. WT Cox Information Services announces Michael Perrine as vice president of sales and marketing.
Perrine began his career in the library industry as a territory sales director with WT Cox in 1995 and served most recently as regional vice president of sales for the Western territory. In this role, Perrine's efforts are focused on academic, public, school, and special library sales strategies, executive team management, marketing, and publisher partnerships.
"I am honored to serve in this role and extremely lucky to have the opportunity to work beside such a knowledgeable and resourceful team of sales and marketing professionals," said Perrine. "Our organization is committed to delivering rich solutions that enable libraries in all markets to both reduce costs, as well as, increase efficiencies. We place a high value on learning from the experiences and suggestions of our customers. Their goals have always been our first priority and we plan to remain tethered to that commitment for years to come."
"Michael has worked with our customers and internal teams for many years providing effective solutions. With his leadership skills and knowledge of the serials process, I have confidence that he will lead our sales and marketing team to success," said Michael Cox, president.
Announcement of Perrine's promotion follows the retirement of Michael Markwith, former vice president of sales and marketing.
WT Cox Information Services is located at 201 Village Road, Shallotte, NC. The sales and marketing team may be reached at (800) 571-9554 or by visiting www.wtcox.com.
About WT Cox Information Services
Founded in 1974, WT Cox is a full-service serials and information services provider, serving academic, corporate, special, government, school and public libraries nationwide. WT Cox offers a portfolio of services that include electronic and print subscription access, eBooks, an ERM solution, discovery tool, online serials management tools, personalized services, transitions coordinators and free service proposals. http://www.wtcox.com