Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 30 September 2013
AerData, the provider of software and services for the aviation industry announces that, due to an increase in demand for its services, three new appointments in the Dublin-based Sales and Customer Account Management team have been created.
Caroline Moore has joined as Customer Account Manager and will be part of a team of customer service professionals managing some of AerData’s growing customer base of airlines and aircraft/engine leasing companies. Caroline has extensive customer service experience in both the hospitality and aviation industry in Ireland and has travelled globally both professionally and personally.
Kieran McGann and Alan Geoghegan have joined as Regional Sales Managers and will be responsible for front line sales of AerData’s products and services to the aviation industry.
Kieran, who grew up in New York, is a joint citizen of The United States of America and Ireland. He most recently worked in the engineering department of Irish-based airline Air Contractors after a ten year career in the US Navy as a Naval Flight Officer. Kieran has an Executive MBA from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School in Ireland.
Alan comes to AerData with 13 years business to business sales experience including a number of senior sales roles in the construction industry with responsibility for contracts worth in excess of EUR20m. Alan has a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Japanese and is currently undertaking an Executive MBA course at Dublin Business School.
AerData provides lease management software, engine fleet planning software, records scanning software, fleet and valuations data and technical and backoffice services for aircraft and engine operators, lessors and MROs. With a strong customer focus AerData delivers a reliable and secure service to its clients using latest technologies and state of the art infrastructure.
Sharon Heaton, Marketing Executive, AerData
Phone: +44 1293 842 438
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