Argent Software names new fed sales director

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Argent Software, a systems management software provider based in Farmington, Conn., has named Michael Arline sales director of its federal sales division.

He will oversee Argent sales and service for all federal departments and agencies, and the solutions providers that serve its government clients, according to a company announcement.

Argent’s federal clients include the Social Security Administration, the Coast Guard and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

Arline has more than 20 years of experience in providing technology solutions to the federal government. He will work in the company's Washington, D.C.-area offices, a company spokesman said.

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