SOMERVILLE, Mass., Feb. 8, 2017 

Work Technology Corporation (WorkTech), a leading provider of workforce management software, announced today that Eric Grimes has been named vice president of sales and marketing. Grimes will manage the Company’s global sales and alliance initiatives and will assume responsibility for all marketing efforts including brand management and product positioning.

“I am confident that Eric will bring the WorkTech brand to the next-level, driving awareness of our strategic vision and articulating the value creation that our solutions bring to asset intensive industries,” said Jack Hall president and CEO of WorkTech. Grimes will report directly to Hall.

“With its proven productivity suite and customer-centric philosophy, WorkTech is a proven industry leader in workforce management that will continue to drive innovation,” said Grimes. “I am very excited to be a part of this team. This is an incredible opportunity to cultivate a global sales, alliance and marketing organization while positioning our products as the standard-bearer in the workforce and fatigue management space.”

With over twenty years of experience blanketing large organizations across multiple industry verticals, Grimes has excelled in sales and executive management roles with companies including METLIFE and Fidelity Investments.

Work Technology Corporation
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