Core Informatics Appoints Mary-Ann Moore As Vice President of Marketing

Branford, CT October 27, 2014Core Informatics, provider of the premier cloud-based scientific informatics platform, today announced that Mary-Ann Moore has joined the company as Vice President of Marketing.

Ms. Moore brings 17 years of experience leading marketing and sales teams that achieved exceptional success providing leading informatics solutions to pharmaceutical, chemical, government and academic customers. She joins Core from PerkinElmer where she was most recently the Americas Regional Director of the Informatics Academic and Government sales team. Previously Ms. Moore directed all marketing programs for the Informatics division of PerkinElmer. She also held product marketing and channel leadership roles at CambridgeSoft during 14 years of rapid growth for that company, building a highly effective worldwide telesales organization and launching significant new versions of the flagship ChemDraw software among other significant accomplishments.

‰Mary-Ann has an extremely successful track record in creating go-to-market initiatives and driving new business development,‰ said Kevin Cronin, Core Informatics Chief Commercial Officer. ‰In addition to her marketing strengths she has a comprehensive knowledge of the informatics industry and is known as a leader with tremendous drive, passion and integrity.‰

In her new role Ms. Moore will have worldwide responsibility for defining and executing all Core‰’s marketing activities based on the substantial, growing market demand for the company‰’s groundbreaking platform.

‰I am thrilled to have the opportunity to lead up Core‰’s global marketing initiatives during a time when the industry is demanding cost effective informatics solutions with low IT overhead and faster return on investment,‰ said Mary-Ann Moore, Core Informatics Vice President of Marketing. ‰Core‰’s highly configurable informatics platform and suite of Software as a Service (SaaS) capabilities allow scientists to focus on their research priorities and are a game-changer for the industry.‰