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Dave Charlton

Dave Charlton is New Signature’s COO and directs the technical efforts of New Signature’s creative team, leads client initiatives, manages the day-to-day activities of the corporation, and guides corporate planning and development. Dave has twenty years of experience in software development and management positions with established public companies and startups.

Dave has twenty years of experience in software development and leadership with established public companies and startups.

Most recently, Dave was the chief technology officer of Santeon, Inc.--a business process management software company--where he played a role in setting, and executing, strategic direction and was responsible for scientific and technical initiatives. Prior to joining Santéon, Dave was vice president of product development at InforMax, a global leader in commercial bioinformatics software. There, Dave was responsible for a multimillion dollar budget and all aspects of product development for the company's award-winning line of desktop and enterprise software for biomolecular analysis. Previously, Dave was the COO and vice president of online strategy for, the top online retailer in its category. Dave led the effort to build the company from conception, including technological infrastructure, business process design, facilities planning, and team building. Dave was the vice president of technology for All Things Delivered, Inc. from 1996 to 1998, where he was responsible for creating and managing the technological infrastructure of Washington DC's first Internet-based grocery shopping and home delivery service. From 1989 to 1996, Dave held various senior level roles at Intactix International (formerly MarketWare Corporation). As the director of product development at MarketWare, Dave was responsible for all aspects of software development for the firm's market-leading retail space management products.

Dave attended Yale University where he studied mechanical engineering.

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