The Document Factory (TDF) is excited to announce the appointment of Pete Martin as its General Manager -Business and Strategy; as the company continues to strengthen its position in the communications industry.
'It is with great excitement that Pete Martin joins the team effective immediately. He has been assisting the TDF executive in forward planning since mid July of this year and has quickly grasped our business mandate. Pete brings with him an extensive commercial leadership and project management expertise so as to ensure TDF is moving in the right direction to meet its goals.' says Rob Thompson, founder and CEO of TDF and kraccle.
'Pete's extensive leadership and project delivery experience within a tier one bank both domestically and internationally, has had him exposed to business leadership, process design and fiscal control amongst the many attributes which Pete brings to TDF. MBA Qualified, Pete bridges the gaps needed for TDF to take the next steps to be operationally successful.'
Pete previously had a twenty plus year career in the finance sector as well as successfully operating a small business. 'I was successful in my career due to my application of robust commercial principals and applying a methodology of running businesses as if they were my own. Since my initial discussions with Rob some 4 years ago, I have been interested in the unique concept that TDF brings to the table and in particular the opportunity to commence at the embryonic stage of this exciting venture.'
Rob Thompson - CEO The Document Factory P/L
TDF is a privately held company founded, along with The Strategy Factory, in late 2007. TDF is an independent organisation that owns and sells the CEM driven kraccle solution and provides consulting at all ends of the communications value chain for communication initiators (e.g. banks, utilities, etc), Service Providers (e.g. document software vendors) and bureaus/ print house/ presentment providers. Rob Thompson and his team can be contacted at The Document Factory.
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