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I work in the UK marketing team at Conject, a global provider of cloud-based AEC software applications that support the plan-build-operate lifecycle. My role includes digital marketing and social media management for the UK centric marketing operations for Conject. The business supports asset owner/operators, contractors and project managers by integrating project teams with all AEC related information within a secure software application. Conject's systems provide customers with powerful reporting and change management functionality which enables them to view the real-time status of any given work package, project or progamme on a time/cost basis. Conjects applications can be deployed on an individual or intergrated basis and include: Document Control, Commercial Management, Enquiry Management, NEC Contract Manager and Audit & Compliance.
I'm a member of the Surrey Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) committee and a member of the CIM construction marketing group. I have over a decade of experience of sales and marketing in the facility management and IT engineering market. Outside of work I'm a keen motorcyclist, lead guitarist and club cricket player.
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