VSTEP Appoint New Head of Sales

By George Backwell
Monday, May 19, 2014
Joost van Ree: Photo VSTEP

International developer of simulators and virtual training software, Rotterdam-based VSTEP, says it has appointed Joost van Ree as head of sales with responsibility for worldwide sales and growth of the company’s simulator products.

Van Ree will be heading up the company’s global sales force for all its simulator products, including the NAUTIS maritime simulator and RescueSim Incident Command departments.

VSTEP adds that Joost van Ree brings a career of over 10 years in Senior Sales, Business Development and Management positions with a maritime background to the company.  He will also lead further expansion of the global sales & business development team and the VSTEP partner network.

Pjotr van Schothorst, VSTEP Director: “We are very pleased that Joost van Ree has decided to join our team. With a solid background in maritime management and business development, Joost will  head up VSTEP’s sales department and bring a wealth of experience to the role.  We are confident Joost will expand and maintain the high level of customer relationships our company is known for.”

About the company
VSTEP creates 3D virtual training applications and simulators that allow people to build their skills in a practical and cost effective way. VSTEP has several core product lines, focusing on virtual incident training for first responders (RescueSim), maritime simulators for the civilian & military maritime industry (NAUTIS), training simulators to prepare camera operators to identify suspect human behavior before a crime or terrorist attack takes place (EyeObserve) and Crowd Control Management (Crowd Control Trainer).

www.vstepsimulation.com

 

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