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New face for Chillisoft

09 Aug 12

Chillisoft has appointed Jamie Macdonald as director of sales and marketing, responsible for driving business growth and customer retention.

Geoff Cossey, Chillisoft managing director, says Macdonald’s experience in executive roles at organisations including Mobile Mentor, Navman, Telecom and Orange Network (Switzerland) will be a huge asset for the company as it continues to pursue growth opportunities.

Meanwhile, Steve Smith, previously Chillisoft business development manager, has moved into a new role as director of technical services. Cossey says the new role reflects the importance of support, training and other consulting services for the company’s range of security solutions.

To find out more, visit the Chillisoft website.

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