O’Connell Joins Edoc as Regional Sales Manager

Monday, April 04, 2011
Photo courtesy Edoc Systems Group

Edoc Systems Group Ltd., developers of Helm Marine Operations software, announced that Ged O’Connell will be joining the company as its new Regional Sales Manager. O’Connell, formerly the North American Sales Manager with Jeppesen, a Boeing Company, will manage sales operations for Edoc in the Eastern USA.

“We’re very pleased to bring Ged aboard,” said Bill Reid, President of Edoc. “His depth of experience on the inland and coastal waterways will be a boon to our expanding company.” O’Connell comes to Edoc with over 35 years of waterways experience, including ten years in shipyards and 18 years with Watercom, a former division of American Commercial Lines. O'Connell also holds a BA in Business from the University of Kentucky and a Masters from Webster University.  
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