FuneralTech welcomes Paul Abbott to our Sales Team
Paul’s responsibilities include following up with our existing customer base in a defined geographic region, along with adding new customers through demonstrations and follow up calls.
“With the addition of Paul to our team, we are not just adding another Sales Professional but an individual that portrays himself very well and will do the same for FuneralTech.” says Jon Clare, CEO of FuneralTech. “He is new to the funeral profession, but with our teams vast knowledge of the funeral profession we will be able to help him through the many questions that he will have.”
Paul says “I am very excited about this new opportunity, and I can’t wait to meet with my existing and future customers here at FuneralTech. The team has already been very welcoming and have shown a lot of patience. This makes for a great work environment to be a part of!”
FuneralTech is an industry leader in funeral home management software, funeral home websites and funeral planning apps. FuneralTech is always looking to create new products and services that will add value to our partners, our clients and to your families. FuneralTech was formally Twin Tiers Technologies but rebranded under new ownership and has been developing cutting edge solutions for the funeral profession. FuneralTech is a global company that operates in the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom and Ireland
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