TutorPro Brings Experienced Industry Veteran Gayle O'Connor Onboard as Director of North American Sales to Lead Company's US Sales and Marketing Efforts

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TutorPro Ltd., a well-regarded supplier of e-Learning applications to the legal industry, has announced the appointment of Gayle O'Connor as Director of North American Sales. From her base in California, Ms. O'Connor will spearhead the company's U.S. sales and marketing efforts.

We are proud to have Gayle join the team and grow TutorPro's North American sales efforts. Her expertise and exceptional enthusiasm will strengthen our position as a leader in the field of e-Learning

TutorPro Ltd. (http://www.tutorpro.com), a well-regarded supplier of e-Learning applications to the legal industry, has announced the appointment of Gayle O'Connor as Director of North American Sales. From her base in California, Ms. O'Connor will spearhead the company's U.S. sales and marketing efforts.

With more than 20 years of legal technology and sales experience, Gayle brings a wealth of industry knowledge and professional experience and provides the important interface between technology, sales and the legal customer. Prior to joining the company, Gayle was the Solutions Marketing Manager for Anacomp focusing her efforts on the award winning litigation support software, CaseLogistix. Prior to Anacomp, she ran her own legal technology consulting business working for a number of clients including Catalyst Repository, Webrain and the US Federal Courts. Gayle also worked as the Director of Marketing for Ixio. While there, she concentrated her efforts selling and marketing QShift. a well respected document drafting tool used by a number of Fortune 500 companies. A well known speaker and writer in the legal profession, Gayle has been a contributor to Incisive Media's LegalTech, ABA TECHSHOW, Online World, Special Libraries Association, Glasser LegalWorks, Numerous Paralegal Associations as well as the New Zealand Law Society. Ms. O'Connor has also donated her time and efforts to helping the Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center with the rebuilding of the post-Katrina legal community.

"We are proud to have Gayle join the team and grow TutorPro's North American sales efforts. Her expertise and exceptional enthusiasm will strengthen our position as a leader in the field of e-Learning," said Paul Turner, Managing Director of TutorPro. "Her wealth of experience in marketing to the legal profession makes her an excellent resource for our company. We anticipate significant growth in TutorPro's U.S. market share as a result of Gayle joining our team."

"I am delighted to be part of the TutorPro team, as we continue to provide unparalleled access to the best e-Learning training products available in the marketplace, "said Gayle. "In these economic times, providing companies with solutions to help them with their bottom line is a passion and a calling and with TutorPro, I have the opportunity to be on the front line helping people address that very concern. I am truly looking forward to jumping in with both feet in the North American marketplace," In the next few months, Gayle plans to do extensive outreach among TutorPro's U.S. client base to determine what kinds of online training products current clients and prospects would like to see TutorPro develop in the future, which will guide TutorPro's product development efforts.

About TutorPro Ltd.
TutorPro Ltd., whose clients include more than 70 top international law firms, has been providing e-Learning for end-user applications since 1989. With expertise in the production of fully customizable legal application courseware, authoring tools and learning management systems, TutorPro empowers firms to offer top quality e-learning in a cost-effective and dynamic way. TutorPro is headquartered in England and has U.S. sales offices in Canton, CT and Houston, TX. For more information about TutorPro, visit http://www.tutorpro.com or call 011-44 (0)1823 661669. In the U.S., call the Connecticut office at 860-693-1675.

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