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WorkMobile promotes Fairweather to new client services manager

Graham Fairweather

Manchester-based data capture specialist, WorkMobile, has promoted Graham Fairweather to client services manager.

Having worked at Workmobile for the past 11 years, Graham was previously in charge of the company’s support and testing activities.

In his new role, he will be responsible for ensuring high client satisfaction levels and utilising his excellent product knowledge and understanding of the capabilities of the WorkMobile solution to improve its interface with existing and new customers.

WorkMobile is an award-winning mobile data capture app that replaces paper to enable remote staff to complete digital forms and capture all essential business data, including signatures, videos, photographs and GPS locations.

Commenting on his appointment, Graham Fairweather, said: “WorkMobile is a fantastic place to work, which is why I have continued working here for over the past ten years. During this time, I have gained vast knowledge and understanding of the product and our clients’ requirements so look forward to helping to tailor our service and providing professional support to our customers in this new role.”

Andrew Huntly, CEO at WorkMobile, said: “Graham is a highly valued and important member of the WorkMobile team, and we are delighted to promote him to head up our client services division. With his vast knowledge and experience, we know he is the best person for the job in helping us to develop the technical relationship with our clients going forward.”

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