SK&A announces two associate vice president promotions

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SK&A announced the promotion of Tim Powell to associate vice president of sales, and Veronica Eggers to associate VP of customer service.

Powell joined the company in 2007 as senior director of sales, and Eggers has been with SK&A since 1996. 

“Tim and Veronica are truly valuable assets, delivering outstanding individual and team performances on a consistent basis,” said Dave Escalante, president and CEO of SK&A, in a statement. “As their responsibilities continue to grow in the short term and in the years ahead, I'm confident in their management and leadership abilities to help them deliver beyond their objectives.”

SK&A maintains contact and profiling information for over two million practitioners, including 800,000-plus prescribers, and offers the largest database of practitioner email addresses. The company delivered more than 50 million healthcare records in the Q3 2008, according to a statement.
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