Manchester-based Call Intelligence platform, ResponseTap, has appointed David Turner as its new Vice President of Engineering.
David joins ResponseTap having spent 15 years working with start-up businesses, from angel investor level through to hedge fund backed companies. He has also served as Chief Technical Officer for Takealot.com, South Africa’s biggest ecommerce website, Wakelet and CANDDi.
In his role, David will focus on leading the engineering and product teams to deliver the company’s vision for the future and identify areas for potential growth. He will be exploring new markets and technical opportunities, as well as expanding and adding value to current ResponseTap accounts.
"This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a rapidly growing company and Im excited to help the team realise their true potential. "
David Turner said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a rapidly growing company and I’m excited to help the team realise their true potential. I want people to see ResponseTap as place where they can further their career and be part of a very talented team. A lot of developers work on projects for a short space of time and then move on, however, I’d like to build a team who in years to come are still part of the process and responsible for its continued success and developing their skills with continued personal development.”
Richard Hamnett, co-founder and Chief Technical Officer at ResponseTap, said: “I’m delighted to welcome David to ResponseTap. His knowledge and experience within the industry is second to none and I have no doubt that he will add great value to our team. It’s an exciting time for the business and I look forward to working with David to help shape and implement our vision for the future.”
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