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Medmeme bolsters sales team

Appoints Jeff Sager as senior vice president

Jeff SagerMedical affairs solutions group Medmeme has appointed Jeff Sager as its senior vice president, sales.

Sager has more than 20 years’ experience working in technology-centric sales, business development and marketing roles across national and international businesses.

He joins the group from Model N - a cloud-based revenue management software company - where he was vice president, sales, responsible for managing a team of account representatives serving US pharmaceutical and medical technology companies.

Prior to that, he served life sciences compliance software company MMIS and has held roles for Symphony Health solutions, and IntegriChain.

Mahesh Naithani, founder of Medmeme, said: “Jeff has a wealth of experience of working for technology-centric businesses that serve pharma and other healthcare sectors.

“His knowledge and expertise will be a huge asset to Medmeme and we are very pleased to welcome him to the team.”

2nd August 2017

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