Petrotechnics Appoints Sales VP

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Monday, July 22, 2013
David Bleackley

Petrotechnics, a provider of software solutions to improve frontline operational performance and risk management in hazardous industries, is continuing its global growth strategy by appointing David Bleackley as Vice President of Sales.

David joins Petrotechnics from Aspentech where he was most recently senior sales director of global accounts. David was responsible for managing teams of global account directors and strategic account managers, focussed on meeting client’s strategic objectives with new technologies.

David will focus on accelerating Petrotechnics’ global presence in new and existing geographies, along with driving the continued global roll out of its enterprise operational performance and predictive risk software platform, Proscient. With more than 20 years’ commercial experience in Global Account Management, Business Development and Process engineering roles, David brings significant experience of driving growth in international accounts and in building successful account teams.

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