UK: IT Specialist Prologic Appoints Senior Account Manager
IT specialist Prologic has appointed Martin Jones to senior account manager. He will have responsibility for key accounts within the company's growing portfolio.
His role involves identifying and developing the use of Prologic CIMS within the existing customer base. This product integrates point of sale with merchandising, warehousing, distribution, allocation and replenishment, sourcing and financial ledgers into one central database exclusively for fashion companies.
Martin joins Prologic from Anker Systems Limited (formerly RIVA) where he headed up the project management team responsible for delivering EPoS store systems. Prior to this, he was an account manager at Real Time Control Plc, with retail accounts that included Peacocks and Ethel Austin.
Monica Tourlamain, sales director at Prologic comments: "With Martin's appointment, we continue to provide the expertise and knowledge to spearhead the growth and development of both our existing and potential clients."
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