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Remsoft adds GM for Asia Pacific

28 July 2020

Remsoft has announced the appointment of Corinne Watson as General Manager, Asia Pacific. In her role, she will support customer success on the ground and drive growth within the Australasia region.

A seasoned business leader with a track record in delivering innovative solutions for complex problems, Corinne brings more than 20 years of experience in leveraging software and analytics to fuel efficiency and performance improvements within government, transportation, and logistics industries.

Prior to joining Remsoft, Corinne was General Manager of New Zealand-based CCS Logistics, a company she founded in 2005 and later sold to IAG, the largest insurance company in Australasia.

“Over the past few years, we’ve been successful in extending our customer base and partnerships to Australasia,” said Andrea Feunekes, Remsoft CEO. “Having experienced, on-the-ground leadership will deepen our understanding of client needs and strengthen our ability to meet growing demand for technology solutions that optimize regional forest management planning.”

“Corinne brings new energy, and a mix of innovation and pragmatic problem solving to this role,” said Feunekes. “She’s smart and strategic, having grown her own business, and passionate about helping businesses improve decision-making and drive results through technology.”

Based in New Zealand, Corinne will lead Remsoft sales and account management across Australia, New Zealand and Asia, working with clients and partners to maximize value from Remsoft software and services.

Source: Remsoft

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