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New EMEA Sales Director For merlot.aero

NEW ZEALAND: June 12 2014

New EMEA Sales Director For merlot.aero

Merlot.aero has appointed aviation technology professional David Marks, as Sales Director, EMEA.

He will be based in the UK, where merlot.aero continues to expand the sales and service of its cloud-based airline operations products for greater business and operational efficiency.

In addition, merlot.aero will be shortly opening a new regional office in the UK further reinforcing its commitment to the region.

A former RAF air traffic controller, David Marks brings twenty years industry experience in creating, launching and managing aviation-specific software products.

He said he identified with the passion in merlot.aero to bring disruptive products to the market, challenging legacy products and players.

"It's an exciting time as the industry trends to more stability and optimism post global financial crisis, I expect the market to be open to newer and better ways of doing things."

Merlot.aero CEO and President, Mark McCaughan said Marks' expertise in high reliability, real time, mission/business critical products would be a perfect fit for merlot.aero's products.

"This is a significant appointment for merlot.aero in EMEA and it underpins our commitment of growing our global footprint by carefully selecting top flight, industry-savvy people who understand our business, and more importantly, our customers' business."

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