Training Eye welcomes new product manager

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11 November 2015


LegalEye200Training Eye is proud to announce and welcome David Hobson as their new Product Manager.

Following Training Eye’s successful launch in May this year, it has gone from strength to strength with an easy-to-use training compliance solution designed to protect firms and grow productivity.

“The priority now is to continue to forge great relationships while serving those we have,” says Gavin Gobby, managing director of Training Eye. “The excellent feedback we receive from our clients helps us more accurately respond to meeting their needs.

“With David’s help and expertise we now have the ideal man to facilitate the two – client relationships and product development!”

David has a strong background in sales, customer relationship management and project co-ordination. With his previous employer in the manufacturing sector, he rose quickly through the ranks from business development to regional management due to his work ethic and customer fulfilment.

David’s main focus will include the assisting of sales partners/channels, product development and technical support.

David said: “The ideal nature and simplicity of the Training Eye solution is what drew me to it originally. I’m excited about the improvements we are bringing to market for the online CPD industry.

“I look forward to building strong relationships with all our sales partners and clients through an industry leading product offering and strong client focus.”

 



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