Input names VP

David Heinemann, a member of Input's board of directors since 2000, is now the market research firm's senior vice president of corporate development. In that role, he will be responsible for expanding the company's external partnerships and will lead the company's business development efforts.

Heinemann has already played an important role in developing the firm's growth and business strategies, said Peter Cunningham, Input's president, chairman and chief executive officer. "The company has greatly benefited from David's contributions, and we are excited to have him join our executive leadership team to further drive Input's growth," he said.

Before coming to Input, Heinemann was the president of Heinemann and Co., a firm that provides financial advisory services to clients in the information industry. He served as the company's president beginning in 1990, taking part in about 50 merger, acquisition and financing transactions in various sectors of the information industry.

"I am thrilled to apply my information industry background and my experience in strategic partnering and mergers and acquisitions to further accelerate Input's growth, broaden the company's sales channels and develop new products for its more than 1,000 clients," said Heinemann in a written statement. "As the leader in providing actionable, Web-based information enabling organizations to effectively and efficiently sell to the public sector, Input is in a truly unique position to create an online community serving contractors and government agencies alike."

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