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Stewart Reeder promoted to Client Director at Exaxe

Stewart Reeder promoted to Client Director at Exaxe

NEWS RELEASE
DUBLIN, IRELAND

Exaxe, the specialist software solutions provider for the life and pensions industry, today announced the promotion of Stewart Reeder from Senior Client Account Manager to Client Director.

Stewart Reeder joined Exaxe 12 years ago as Information Systems Manager and since then has grown with the company fulfilling several project and account management roles. Reeder also holds a BSc Hons IT Bachelor of Science Information Technology and a MBA Masters in Business Administration.

Reeder’s new role as Client Director will be to engage with senior management, in new and existing accounts, to provide an unrivalled results-based service to our clients.

Philip Naughton, Executive Director Business Development at Exaxe says:
“I am delighted to announce the promotion of Stewart to Client Director. Stewart has proved himself to be a valuable part of the team with his years of expertise built up during his tenure with Exaxe and his excellent relationship skills. Stewart’s ability to define business solutions whilst remaining client focussed made him the ideal candidate for the Client Director role. ”

Reeder says “I am thrilled to be given this opportunity to show what I can deliver as a client director. I am looking forward to assisting new and existing clients identify long term strategic solutions that provide real value and forging long term relationships.”

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