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E-Sign appoints new Business Development Manager

Digital security company expands, hiring new staff member to support growth and development

E-Sign, the Liverpool-based secure document management contract automation company, today announces the appointment of Timothy Mitchell to Business Development Manager.

Mitchell will head up the new business function, introducing new and existing clients to E-Sign’s efficiency-creating solutions.

Thomas Taylor, Managing Director of E-Sign says:

“We are expanding our global footprint in the provision of secure document management automation services and in larger digital transformation projects and are adding further resource.

Timothy’s background in document security and regulation for law firms, investment banks and publicly traded companies means he has the depth of knowledge and experience to understand the digitisation and automation challenges that our clients face. He will spearhead the pursuit of new opportunities, enabling us to introduce more clients to our ‘secure thinking’.”

Originally hailing from Powell River, Canada, Mitchell has a background in shareholder services and worldwide communications, managing client strategy, sales and strategic growth for key accounts.

Timothy Mitchell, E-Sign’s new Business Development Manager says:

“As a Canadian, I was struck by E-Sign’s portfolio of globally renowned clients, such as Oxford University, NFU Mutual, NHS and Georgio Armani. From a personal perspective, it aligns with my values to work for a business that is continually investing in proactive solutions to help clients to foster security and sustainability. I’m looking forward to driving continued growth and helping new organisations to do the right thing when it comes to business processes, security and sustainability.”

News of the appointment comes following a recently-announced clutch of client wins including a contract with the Palestinian Ministry of Telecommunications and IT to shape the Palestinian digital economy, as well as being given a new ‘preferred supplier status’ by Oxford University.

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