6 years ago
October 9, 2015
Memsource Pushes into the Enterprise Space with Two New Hires
Cloud-based translation platform provider Memsource welcomed two new hires into its team to help it expand its business in the enterprise sector. Daniel Butler will be touring the US pushing Enterprise Sales to prospective clients while Bryan Hutchinson concentrates on Corporate Business Development in Europe. Both officially started with the company on September 1, and are operating out of Prague. They report to Memsource Head of Sales, Josef Kubovsky.
Memsource has informed Slator that in light of the company’s recent client wins in the enterprise vertical, they have decided to push for more development in the sector. To facilitate this effort, the company needed to hire people “from outside the translation industry, but with experience with large organization culture.”
And they did. Butler looks back at a career of more than two decades in the capital markets in foreign exchange trading and equity sales, working for banks like Raiffeisen and HSBC. Hutchinson, meanwhile, has a background in business development.
Memsource told Slator that “Bryan’s objective is to engage with enterprises to accelerate our high growth rate in the UK, Western Europe, CEE and Oceania. Daniel is responsible for the US and Middle East regions.”
In a statement provided to Slator, Butler said his role is to lead enterprise sector growth in the Middle East and North America, citing “large market potential due to the hi-tech industry demands on translation originating there.”
Hutchinson said in a statement provided to Slator that he joined Memsource after seeing the potential of cloud-based translation. “With experience in cloud-based technologies, I was staggered by the number of companies still relying on server-based technology in an industry so reliant on data sharing and collaboration between multiple remote parties,” he said.