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New Sales Head to Open Bigger Business Opportunities
With an eye on expediting growth, the European SaaS company appoints new sales head for its Frankfurt-based branch.
FREMONT, CA: Netigate, the leading European firm that provides online survey and feedback management solutions, has appointed Iris Heck as the Head of Sales, Germany. Initially from the telecommunication sector, Heck is now heading the sales team in the German Netigate located in Frankfurt.
Heck has previously worked with telecom giants and garnered many years of experience. Subsequently, she moved to the IT sector in 2014 and has been involved in the sales structuring and support tasks. As the sales head, she is currently handling existing customers of Netigate and also putting in efforts towards acquiring new customers. The web-based company is in the process of reconfiguring its products in accordance with the needs of customers. With this appointment, the company expects to drive up its efforts through better leadership in sales.
Netigate's solutions are a compelling mix of technology and expertise through which it empowers companies to collect customer feedback. Being able to gauge customer satisfaction allows for better business decision-making and effective customization of products and services. With Netigate's tools, customer surveys become convenient. Clients can also use the solutions to club together survey results over several months or years to enable better insights.
Netigate has found mention in the list of Top 10 CEM Solution Companies by CIO Applications Europe. "Our ambition is to make feedback collection a part of our customers' daily operations to increase the quality of business decisions. We help our clients compete for customers, talent, and market share," says Tom Nyman, chairman of Netigate. The growth-oriented company also offers employee engagement solutions. Netigate is looking forward to bring the best talents and advanced technologies into its fold, in a bid to fuel rapid growth.