Paperless Service Startup FileThis Hires Martin Stein as Chief Marketing Officer
Seasoned marketing exec joins growing startup to boost consumer service that aims to make paperless effortless
Mill Valley, CA—July 1, 2013—FileThis, a Marin, California-based startup, today announced the appointment of Martin Stein to the position of Chief Marketing Officer. Stein brings 18 years of international experience in marketing, publishing, eCommerce and business development with such industry luminaries as IDG, Apple and Nero.
Prior to FileThis, Stein served as Chief Product Officer for Nero Inc. where he was responsible for worldwide eCommerce, marketing and product development. During his tenure at Nero, Stein also pioneered Nerokwik, Nero’s latest consumer cloud and mobile solution for photo streaming.
Stein received considerable experience in the publishing and content industry from his role as Editor-in-Chief of high-tech online and print publication MACup. He also served as deputy Editor-in-Chief of Macworld Germany and was their first US correspondent, covering Apple and numerous Silicon Valley startups.
“I am thrilled to have Martin join our team,” said Brian Berson, Founder and CEO of FileThis. “Martin has deep consumer product experience and a great track record in customer acquisition strategies. His expertise will speed our growth tremendously.”
Stein added, “I was hooked on FileThis the moment I tried it. The timing is right for consumers to go paperless, and FileThis makes it so simple by automatically and securely delivering your online bills and statements to you every month. I am excited to be part of this game changing startup.”
FileThis is a startup based in Marin County, California, dedicated to helping consumers go paperless.
FileThis Fetch, its award-winning cloud-based consumer service, securely and automatically fetches your online documents from your financial and household accounts every month and delivers them to your desktop or to the cloud storage service of your choice, including Evernote, Dropbox, Google, Box, and Personal. The documents are delivered as well-named searchable PDF files and automatically organized. Users are notified via email whenever a new document is fetched.