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Stuller Names New VP of Business Solutions

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(Press Release) Lafayette, LA – Stuller Inc. has named Douglas Menefee as its vice president of business solutions.

Menefee will be responsible for the Gemvision and TDM Solutions’ development and support teams.

“Doug, a Lafayette native, brings with him more than 20 years of experience in entrepreneurism and information technology,” said Danny Clark, president and chief operating officer of the company. “With a career history in strategic planning and the development of innovative technologies, we felt he would be a great fit to evolve our software solutions.”

Menefee previously held positions with Schumacher Group and Amazon Web Services. He has received multiple awards for his leadership and foresight, including Technology Review’s Top 100 Technology Innovators.

He has also published articles in outlets such as CIO Magazine and the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal.

“I’m excited about having the opportunity to join the Stuller team,” Menefee said. “Stuller’s current digital solutions are already top performers in the jewelry industry, and I hope to continue the tradition of excellence.”

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