I am delighted to welcome Martin Wabara to our team. He brings a wealth of national sales and management experience and will be a real asset to our organisation as we move ahead with our plans for future growth.
Banbury, Oxfordshire (PRWEB UK) 28 February 2014
Leading digital dictation and workflow company, Lexacom, has appointed Martin Wabara as its new Head of Sales. Based at the company’s head office in Banbury, Oxfordshire, Martin will lead the UK sales team and be responsible for developing new markets for the expanding company.
Martin Wabara joins the Lexacom team from Syner-Med (Pharmaceutical) Ltd, having previously worked for a number of healthcare organisations including AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline and Danone. In addition to his pharmaceutical experience, Martin brings with him a strong track record in business management, having worked with a range of professionals to find solutions to their business needs.
Working closely with managing director, Dr Andrew Whiteley, Martin will be responsible for leading Lexacom’s UK sales team and identifying new opportunities for the company across the healthcare, legal and professional services sectors. His appointment comes at an exciting time for Lexacom, which has seen significant growth in sales both in the UK and overseas, through its partnerships in the United Arab Emirates and Australia.
Dr Andrew Whiteley said: “I am delighted to welcome Martin Wabara to our team. He brings a wealth of national sales and management experience and will be a real asset to our organisation as we move ahead with our plans for future growth.”
On accepting the role, Martin Wabara, Head of Sales, said: “Having seen Lexacom software in action, I see great potential for the product. I’m looking forward to working with the rest of the team to show more organisations how Lexacom digital dictation can make public services and businesses run more efficiently.”
Lexacom’s digital dictation software enables doctors and other clinicians to quickly and easily record and prioritise accurate dictations for instant dispatch to their secretary for transcription. Secretaries benefit from high quality sound recording and can manage their workload more effectively, knowing instantly which dictations are urgent or routine.
Lexacom’s latest software, Lexacom 3, offers a host of new features including reporting functions which enable referrals and client correspondence to be tracked and audited, and secure mobile working via the Lexacom Mobile dictation app so correspondence can be recorded anytime, anywhere.
For further information about Lexacom, visit http://www.lexacom.co.uk or follow @LexacomDictate on Twitter.