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Eric Rathbun as VP of TEXbase Global Customer Solutions
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Jun '10
TEXbase, the leading provider of Material Lifecycle Management (MLM) software, announced the appointment of Eric Rathbun as Vice President of Global Customer Solutions. Rathbun is responsible for coordinating and accelerating all TEXbase sales and marketing initiatives.

"With industry-leading clients such as Patagonia, Under Armour, and Cabelas, TEXbase has uncovered a strong market need for Material Lifecycle Management solutions - from concept to compliance. By delivering a cost effective and easy to deploy Software as a Service collaborative platform, TEXbase has allowed thought leading brands to take traditional PDM/PLM/ERP strategies to a new level. With TEXbase's depth of features, clear value proposition and commitment to their clients, I am undoubtedly joining a team that will continue to revolutionize the apparel and textile industry," said Rathbun.

Rathbun comes to TEXbase with more than 12 years of enterprise software sales and marketing management experience. Most recently, he served as an enterprise sales executive at Microsoft. Rathbun also founded the successful outdoor apparel brand, Reel Pure, Inc. "The opportunity to blend my background in customer-focused solutions with a world-class technology platform is a perfect fit. I'm very fortunate to be a part of the TEXbase team."

Joe Walkuski, TEXbase Founder and CEO, explains that "We're absolutely thrilled to have Eric join our team. Eric's philosophy of continually improving customer partnerships is a perfect fit for TEXbase. His approach to mapping value added solutions to customer requirements directly matches TEXbase's goals of providing brands and their suppliers with the tools needed to build supply chains of the future."

TEXbase Inc

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