Lineup Systems bolsters its professional services team in the US

Lineup Systems continues to cement its place as the world’s fastest-growing advertising sales platform for print, digital & broadcast media companies with the hire of several new resources dedicated to enhancing our professional services team.

One recent key hire is Meg Donnelly, who comes to Lineup with established media industry expertise. Ms. Donnelly was the Executive Vice President of IT and Business Integration for Gannett Healthcare Group and has held roles within the client services team of The Media Services Group, Ltd.

“I am excited to join Lineup’s Professional Services team”, stated Ms. Donnelly, “I believe Lineup has assembled an exceptional team of leading experts to support our clients’ desires.”

In addition to Meg Donnelly, Lineup recently hired a new Program Office Manager Clair Lyddon, Digital & Programmatic Specialist Jeremy Van Mullem, and Customer Support Manager Jerome Oliver to reinforce our growing Professional Services team.

Since January of 2015 Lineup has increased its global staff by over 58% and continues to grow. Lineup is actively seeking dynamic media industry experts. If you, or someone you know, would be an ideal fit, please see our openings here.

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Lineup Systems is the leading global provider of media sales technology. Its cloud-based system, Adpoint, is the industry’s only true end-to-end sales and revenue management solution. It has been specifically designed to enable media businesses to save time, work more efficiently, and increase sales. In 2021, Lineup Systems launched Amplio, an all-in-one platform that assists customers with data consolidation, data-driven continuous marketing, subscriptions, and billing.

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