XRT has named JL Alarcon general manager of its North American operations. Alarcon will be responsible for overseeing all facets of XRT North American operations, which includes sales, marketing, client services and support. “John’s extensive senior-level management experience in information technology and financial services is the right combination to guide XRT’s North American operations going into 2005 and beyond,” said Alain Fraiberger, chairman of XRT. Alarcon joins XRT from Enterprise Financial Consulting LLP, a financial services firm where he founded and directed the company’s IT services.
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