MAM announces new senior product manager

Published:  05 December, 2012

MAM Software has appointed Lee Cunningham to the position of senior product manager. In this newly created role, Mr Cunningham will provide technical support to MAM's sales department and will be responsible for shaping MAM's product development strategy.

Mr Cunningham joined the company in 1994, working in the Implementation department installing MAM's business management solutions and providing initial support. He was later promoted to the head of Implementation North, based in Sheffield, where he took charge of the department implementing systems across the north of the UK.

As senior product manager, Mr Cunningham will work closely with MAM's support, development and implementation departments. Lee will help the sales team specify solutions that meet the unique needs of prospects, and ensure that customers derive the maximum value from their investment. In addition, Mr Cunningham will provide extensive input into MAM's product strategy, by identifying development opportunities that reflect the demands and needs of the merchant industry.

"We are pleased to welcome Lee into the position of Senior Product Manager," said Nigel Clemett, director of sales at MAM Software. "This role has been created as a direct response to our continuing success in the merchant sector. As our workload grew it became increasingly apparent that we required someone to work on an interdepartmental level, tying different aspects of our operation together in a structured way.

"With 18 years of experience at MAM, Lee has the company-wide knowledge that makes him perfect for such a role. He will ensure that our merchant software meets and exceeds market requirements, and will play an invaluable role in helping our customers get the most out of their systems."

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