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Unilog Taps Brian Lombardo to Direct Customer Engagement and Strategic Projects

WAYNE, Pa (Aug 01, 2018) (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Unilog, a provider of powerful, affordable eCommerce solutions to midmarket B2B companies, announced today that Brian Lombardo has joined the company as the senior director of customer engagement and strategic projects.

In this role, Lombardo will help scale Unilog’s implementation services group. Specifically, he will lead the development and implementation of Unilog’s new eCommerce framework. This new framework will help customers make significant advances in their digital journey in a relatively short time frame.

“The opportunity to do something that challenges the status quo is what attracted me to Unilog,” said Lombardo. “We have recent research that shows most eCommerce website implementations in the B2B market take more than 6 months, with almost a third of them taking more than a year. We’re about to change that reality.”

Lombardo previously spent 17 years at Kaman Industrial Technologies, one of North America’s largest industrial distributors. Much of that time was spent designing, implementing and growing Kaman’s eBusiness capabilities, which included eCommerce, eProcurement, and supply chain connectivity.

“Brian’s years of experience as a distributor will benefit our customers,” said Unilog CEO Suchit Bachalli. “His customer perspective and insights into what makes for a great eCommerce experience are invaluable and will help us better serve our current and future customers.”

Before joining Unilog, Lombardo was VP of development operations at Infor, where he worked for more than five years.

About Unilog 
Unilog is a global technology company that delivers powerful, affordable eCommerce solutions for the B2B marketplace. Our cloud-based eCommerce platform and product data enrichment services help distributors, manufacturers, and wholesalers increase online sales, reduce cost to serve, and enhance their digital channel. For more information, visit

Bill Brazell

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