Emer Crowley.

Four for ArtiCAD

Published:  18 November, 2010

WATFORD: CAD software specialist for the KBB sector, ArtiCAD, has announced four new appointments.

Emer Crowley has been promoted to the role of the company’s new operations manager. She has worked for ArtiCAD for five years, and was previously head of client care. In her new role, she will be responsible for all customer-facing teams, including client care, internal sales and all ArtiCAD’s support and training operations.

Russell Spratley has joined as a regional sales co-ordinator, responsible for working with the South East and South West sales teams. He previously worked in the financial services sector for a large investment fund.

Rod Henderson has also joined as a regional sales co-ordinator working with the field-based reps in the South East. He previously worked for a company selling network monitoring tools and related software.

Both Mr Spratley and Mr Henderson are based at ArtiCAD’s headquarters in Watford, reporting to the company’s sales director, Daniel Allerton.

Russell Spratley.

Ben Shipley, who graduated this year from the University of Hertfordshire with a first class degree in marketing, has joined the company as its marketing executive.

ArtiCAD recently centralised the marketing activities for all its overseas subsidiaries and distribution partners in the UK. His key role will be handling all aspects of the increased activity, including communication of products and services, design and content of the company’s websites, direct marketing, event and campaign management.

Rod Henderson.

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