HubCast Appoints Tony Dolph as President, Looks to Expand Market Position
WAKEFIELD, MA—Dec. 13, 2010—HubCast, the leader in Cloud Print Solutions, has appointed Tony Dolph as President. With more than 20 years of global business experience driving growth in technology companies, Dolph brings a wealth of knowledge in sales and marketing operations, international business and global brand management to HubCast.
“Mr. Dolph is a dynamic executive with deep understanding and experience in technology sales, marketing, business development and strategic planning. He possesses the necessary experience and professional drive to lead the company during this next growth phase,” said Mike Fitzgerald, managing partner at Commonwealth Capital Ventures. “We are confident that under his leadership HubCast will continue its strong growth and provide exceptional service to its customers.”
Since August of 2009, Dolph had served as HubCast’s vice president of global marketing, helping define the company’s product and market strategies and driving new customer acquisition and revenue growth. Dolph brings familiarity in both high-growth start-ups and Fortune 1,000 enterprises having served in senior roles in companies such as Computervision, Prime Computer, Progress Software, Media 100 and Artel Video Systems. His experience and understanding of the operational requirements of supporting global sales and marketing organizations in their needs for premium-quality printed materials to support tradeshows, presentations, training and critical customer interactions aligns the company directly with the needs its customers.
“I’m looking forward to leading the company as we expand our suite of cloud print solutions, bringing digital and cloud technologies to the many individuals and enterprises that use printed materials to communicate with their current and potential customers,” said Dolph. “We're committed as ever to provide our customers with premium-quality printed materials globally.”
Toby LaVigne, HubCast’s founder, has stepped down from his role as CEO but will remain an active member of the board of directors and continue to evangelize for the company. “Toby’s vision and profound knowledge of the printing industry has been and will continue to be integral to the success of HubCast,” said Dolph. “We are fortunate to have Toby on the board during the next phase of the company's growth as his vision, coupled with his experience in the printing industry, has been valuable in making HubCast a reality.”