Colin Ellis Takes on a New Role to Manage Canadian Sales of StakeTracker Software and Support Expansion into New Markets.
Nov. 21, 2013 – VANCOUVER, Canada — SustaiNet Software International Inc., a leading supplier of Stakeholder Engagement, Communication and Management Software, today announced the expansion of its offices and senior management team with the promotion of Colin Ellis to the title of Director, Sales and Business Development. In his new role, Ellis is responsible for business development and sales management across Canada as well as enterprise sales support for the SustaiNet Software UK office.
“SustaiNet is already recognized as a leading supplier of stakeholder management software in Western Canada,” said Ellis. “StakeTracker software has helped a wide range of resource and energy companies effectively manage their stakeholder interactions, communication and reporting. I am excited about opening the new office in Ontario and look forward to the opportunity to grow and support our business in Eastern Canada.”
Ellis has been with SustaiNet for over 7 years, bringing extensive stakeholder management and enterprise software solutions experience to his new role. He has been responsible for implementing a series of large scale stakeholder management software projects with some of the world’s leading resource and energy companies.
“We are really excited about Colin taking on these new responsibilities with the organization,” said Howard Adam, President and CEO of SustaiNet. “His experience and excellent reputation in the industry makes him the perfect candidate to take on the new role of managing Canadian sales and spearheading business development in the Ontario and Eastern Canada.”
About SustaiNet Software International Inc.
SustaiNet is a leading global supplier of single project and enterprise-level Stakeholder Engagement, Communication and Management Software. SustaiNet helps public consultation professionals collect and manage their project data and engage with important stakeholders. SustaiNet works with a wide variety of organizations across diverse sectors including alternative energy, oil & gas, mining, First Nations and government.