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Commsoft undergoes management restructuring

Posted 30 April 2020 · Add Comment

Communications Software (Airline Systems), Commsoft, has announced it is undergoing a management restructuring programme which will position the company for future international growth.



Courtesy Commsoft


Patrick Cusk joins the Commsoft team as President. Patrick is also Vice President of Operations at Valsoft Corporation (which acquired Commsoft last year) and has a background in vertical software applications, structured finance and commercial law.

John Wilson has been appointed as the new Director of Technology. John was previously COO at Black Ball Solutions and has a deep understanding of the aviation industry and Agile methodology.

As part of the new management restructure there have been a number of internal promotions.

Pete Lambert has been promoted to Director of Operations. Pete was previously Head of Technical Operations and has been at Commsoft for over 21 years.

Julian Beames has been promoted to Head of Customer Accounts. Julian was previously Business Development Manager for over nine years.
 
After an exemplary twelve years of leading the business, Nick Godwin is moving on from his role as Managing Director and will remain in close partnership with the business moving forward. As a Senior Consultant, Nick will be assisting the team with sales and global new business opportunities and continuing to provide Commsoft with the benefit of his extensive market knowledge and experience.

Patrick Cusk, commented on the new management structure: “Recent market activity continues at a strong pace, despite the current crisis. Commsoft has welcomed six new customers already in 2020, three of which signed after the travel lockdown. This new organisational structure, together with a significant investment in our research and development capacity, provides an excellent platform to move forward with our mission: to make OASES the market leader in aviation MRO software.”

Commsoft provides aviation engineering and maintenance systems. OASES (Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System) supports 130 aviation customers in over 55 countries, operating on six continents. These include national carriers, third party maintainers, regional carriers, leasing companies, cargo specialists, charter operators and specialist rotable stockists.

 

 

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