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November 6, 2008 at 12:00 AM

Another new president, at Bothell’s AMS Services

Change is in the air in Bothell, too. Insurance automation company AMS Services today is announcing that Bill Bunker (pictured) was promoted to president.

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Bunker, a former Onyx Software and MessageGate executive, joined AMS in 2005 as senior vice president of products and marketing. He’s reporting to Euan Menzies, chief executive of AMS parent company Vertafore, who had also been serving as AMS president.

AMS also promoted Ed Roshitsh to executive vice president and chief operating officer. He had been senior vice president of sales and enterprise operations.

The company employs 200 in Bothell and 700 nationally.

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