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TMCNet:  Workhorse Software Announces New Hire Albert Esteve as Support Manager in London Office

[January 29, 2013]

Workhorse Software Announces New Hire Albert Esteve as Support Manager in London Office

EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Workhorse Software, an industry leader providing media planning software for advertising and marketing agencies, today announced the appointment of Albert Esteve to the position of support manager in the company's London office. Esteve joins an experienced team of professionals providing 24-hour support coverage for Workhorse Software's global clientele.

Esteve joins Workhorse from Vizeum Aegis Media in London where he held the position of digital planning executive. In this capacity, Esteve managed campaign budgets, supported the development of tactical media recommendations and provided financial oversight for all digital activities booked within the agency. Esteve also served as an international account executive at Carat Aegis Media where he supported the coordination of media activities for clients including Johnson & Johnson and LEGO. Immediately prior, he was a research analyst for Bonamy Finch Ltd. A native Spaniard, Esteve is fluent in Spanish, English, Catalan, and is studying German.

We're pleased to welcome Albert to the Workhorse team and look forward to him playing an integral role in providing support and training of our Mediatools(TM) software to regional advertising and agency teams in Europe, Africa and the Middle East," said Michael Wiletzky, vice president, global support director. "In addition to providing top notch client support in English we anticipate that Albert will help grow Workhorse's Spanish capabilities by providing support and training for our growing number of Spanish speaking users. He also possesses an intimate knowledge of the UK and European media markets to offer best practice solutions within that region." According to Wiletzky, the number of Mediatools(TM) software users in Latin America and Spain increased by nearly 600 percent during the past two years.

Based in Evanston, IL with satellite offices in London and Manila, Philippines, Workhorse Software is a developer of media planning and plan management tools utilized at top tier advertising and communications companies worldwide. The company's flagship product, Mediatools(TM), offers a family of integrated components that provides a seamless media planning environment for advertiser and advertising agencies. For more information on Workhorse Software and the company's product line, visit www.workhorsesoftware.com.

About Workhorse Software Founded in 1996 in Evanston, IL, Workhorse Software is a developer of media planning and plan management tools utilized at top tier advertising and communications companies worldwide. An industry leader in media planning software, Workhorse Software's flagship product, Mediatools(TM), provides a comprehensive, easy-to-use media planning environment that benefits media planners, buyers and advertisers. Mediatools(TM), the most powerful and flexible system available today, has set the standard in advertising media planning software. For additional information on Workhorse Software, visit www.workhorsesoftware.com or on Twitter @Mediatoolshelp (http://www.twitter.com/mediatoolshelp) for regular updates and tips.

Contact: Gary Silbar Communications Gary Silbar 847.433.5784 gary@silbarcommunications.com SOURCE Workhorse Software

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