Former Lotus president and chief executive Jeff Papows has reappeared on the board of directors of ebusiness software company, and Lotus partner, IT Factory.
Papows resigned from IBM's Lotus subsidiary in January after a year of controversy.
In May 1999 he was named in a sexual discrimination complaint filed by a former Lotus executive, and was also accused of lying about his education and military record.
In his latest role, Papows will be in charge of US-based IT Factory's acquisition committee. He is also expected to advise on the development of the company's growth strategy.
"I am extremely excited to join the board of IT Factory, a company well positioned to become a dominant force in the collaborative ebusiness market," said Papows.
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