Digital solutions provider ClickView appoints UK General Manager

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ClickView, the UK’s leading provider of digital video solutions to schools, has appointed an experienced education specialist to head its UK arm

“I am excited to be joining a dynamic company that provides such excellent, and technically advanced, products for education"

Jane Webber, who joins ClickView as UK General Manager, was previously Director of Sales and Marketing at Softlink Europe.

ClickView, based in Cambridge, provides over 600 schools and colleges in the UK with a platform and online tools to purchase, manage and deliver world-class curriculum mapped digital educational content to thousands of students.

Jane brings over 20 years of sales, marketing and management experience to ClickView and has been tasked with growing the company’s customer base of schools that are looking for innovative ways to use video to enhance learning in and outside the classroom and improve educational outcomes.

Harvey Sanchez, CEO of ClickView comments: “We are delighted to welcome Jane to the ClickView team and I am confident she will excel in the role and help us reach our next level of growth.

“Jane has extensive experience working with schools and this, together with her technology expertise gained at Softlink and Microsoft, will be imperative in helping us with new business and developing leading edge technology that will help schools and colleges with digital learning programmes.”

Jane Webber comments: “I am excited to be joining a dynamic company that provides such excellent, and technically advanced, products for education. “Innovation is key for this sector and I am confident that, with my knowledge and industry contacts, I can build on ClickView’s success and help the company reach its long term goals.”

Jane is making her official ClickView debut this week when the company attends The Education Show at the NEC, Birmingham.

ClickView is an Australian company with offices in the UK, Canada and New Zealand. The company was recently voted Australia’s Most Innovative Company by BRW (a leading Australian business publication) and is currently Microsoft’s Education Partner of the Year.

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