Easy Software appoints Sam Lawrence to Business Development

0Document management outfit Easy Software has appointed enterprise solution sales specialist Sam Lawrence to its sales and support team as Business Development Manager.

Responsible for managing all aspects of account management from pre-sales and sales through to project delivery and the transition to support, Sam will be accountable for a number of Easy’s  flagship accounts, with her appointment clearly an important addition to the growing UK sales and support team.

Sam has 15 years experience in business development in the knowledge and risk management technology space in a career that features senior business development appointments at Lakeview Computers, Select Technology, SHE Software and Cardinus Risk.

In parallel with this appointment of Sam, the German-headquartered company has also appointed software solutions analyst Sean McLaughlan as an Easy software consultant.

Sean has over ten years of experience working in software solutions consultancy, working at tech services companies such as Digital Copier Systems, NetHelpDesk and MSX International. He is skilled in focussing on the management of relationships with all customers, particularly in all areas that impact the product implementation and services cycle.

For Easy Sales & Marketing Director Howard Frear, these appointments signal another positive chapter in the company’s on-going success story. “We are excited with these two strong appointments to the Easy team, and we’re sure Sam will quickly help us grow EASY to support our pipeline, as her impressive business development track record, combined with her solid experience in the risk and knowledge management space, will be an extremely hard combination to beat.

“We are really pleased to welcome Sean to the Easy UK family. Sean will work to support all aspects of the client relationship across our services and product solution, where he has impressive experience already.

“These are important appointments for Easy as we anticipate further growth in the areas of DM and contract management, digital finance and HR, as well as using DM to address regulatory requirements such as GDPR.”